Add option to 'lazy-load' images to improve load time, UX (and SEO)

On image-heavy sites, an option to 'lazy-load' images would help speed things up and create a better user experience.

Combined with the responsive images feature this would improve the UX and Speed/SEO of image-heavy sites.

  • Matthew Sanderson
  • Feb 1 2017
  • Chris Lobue commented
    April 21, 2017 02:38

    LOVE This!!!  

    Voting is closed... I get it.

    Tryin to show support for this :)

  • Dennis Winter commented
    September 14, 2017 13:31

    I'm with you, that would be great!

  • I-Net Plc commented
    10 Jan 21:23

    This really would be a great piece to add.

  • Kiran Kumar commented
    03 Mar 08:57

    Posted this elsewhere, but doing so here as it is relevant.

    The attached image is a recommendation from Google's Page Speed Insights for one of my pages. It says 

    " Serve images in next-gen formats

    Image formats like JPEG 2000, JPEG XR, and WebP often provide better compression than PNG or JPEG, which means faster downloads and less data consumption." 

    We choose Webflow because they will be ahead of the curve, or follow best practices (which they do a good job of minifying CSS and other stuff) but I am surprised there isn't enough noise about Images which are one of the important factors that affect page speed which in turn affects the SEO.

    Please prioritise this.

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  • Alexander Zaxarov commented
    13 Nov 10:40

    I hope it will be done!