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  1. What Is Lazy Loading and How to Enable It in Google Chrome 74 Google Chrome 74 is now available for download on all supported platforms, and in addition to a dark theme for Windows 10 (which is currently rolling out to devices in stages), it also introduces a series of other improvements and security fixes. One under-the-hood addition that many users might not be aware of is called lazy loading, and it is supposed to make page loading faster in Google Chrome. What’s important to know, however, is that lazy loading is still considered an ex
  2. Firefox 75 gets lazy loading support for images and iframes Mozilla plans to support lazy loading for images and iframes in Firefox 75. Lazy loading refers to a technique that defers the loading of elements on a page to improve loading and rendering of the webpage, reduce memory use and network data usage; these elements are usually below the fold on load (not visible to the user). Lazy loading up until now required the use of JavaScript. A new attribute for images and iframes adds lazy loading support in browsers that support it. Google introduced support for the new
  3. Chromium browsers support iframe lazy loading now to support performance Google revealed on July 24, 2020 that Google Chrome and Chromium-based web browsers support the lazy loading of iframe content now. The integration of the feature comes right after Google introduced support for the lazy loading of images in Chromium and Chrome. Mozilla's Firefox web browser supports the lazy loading of images as well. Technically speaking, lazy loading keeps the browser from loading certain content until it is accessed by the user. When a page is loaded for the first time, content
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