5 Essential Tools to Keep Your WordPress Content Marketing Strategy Organized
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You know the concept of lazy loading images. It prevents the browser from loading images until those images are in (or nearly in) the browser’s viewport.
src attribute, you put it in …
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Harry Roberts writes about working on a project with a rather nasty design flaw. The website was entirely dependent on images loading before rendering any of the content. He digs into why this bad for accessibility and performance but goes further to describe how this can ripple into other problems:
While ever you build under the assumption that things will always work smoothly, you’re leaving yourself completely ill-equipped to handle the scenario that they don’t. Remember the fallacies; think …
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Web performance is a huge complicated topic. There are metrics like total requests, page weight, time to glass, time to interactive, first input delay, etc. There are things to think about like asynchronous requests, render blocking, and priority downloading. We often talk about performance budgets and performance culture.
How that first document comes down from the server is a hot topic. That is where most back-end related performance talk enters the picture. It gives rise to architectures …
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