npm i shimmer-lazyload// oryarn add shimmer-lazyload
Or you can use
lazyload<!-- A lot of content --><!-- A lot of content -->
var lzld = lazyload([opts])
opts is an object with these defaults:
'offset': 200'src': 'data-src''container': false'loader': null'replaceGetAttribute': false
opts.container is the referencing container, it's the viewport, defaults to
opts.offset is a length in pixels used to compute when an element will
soon be visible. So that you load it just before it becomes visible.
opts.src is the attribute name storing the real src of the element to load, or it can also be a
function, so that you can have your custom
src computing algorithm.
You can use it to lazyload High DPI/retina images.
opts.loader is the
function that you can custom the load behaviour, for example, load it into "background-image". see examples/custom-loader.html.
opts.replaceGetAttribute replace the default getAttribute or not.
Then, add the elements to lazyload:
Launch the dev server:
npm run dev// oryarn dev
We provide a pre-built version of
You can build your own:
npm run build// oryarn build
You get the build in
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