You may have noticed that your images are taking a long time to appear or load on your pages when you visit them and they may even look blurry or of less quality. Although there are cases where it could happen due to the size or format of an image, in most cases, it is caused by a feature called "Lazy Loading".
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There are a couple of ways to determine in you have the "Lazy Loading" feature enabled. You can go to your Account Settings and scroll down to the Available Beta Features section below and verify there as shown here in this screenshot: https://d.pr/SlTCsj
You can also determine if it is enabled by simply clicking on the settings of each image and verifying if there is a "Lazy Loading?" option being displayed as such: https://d.pr/nTcn8X
If there is and you are noticing that your images are taking a long time to load, simply set the "Lazy Loading?" feature to FALSE as shown here: https://d.pr/55ld9x. Be sure to click Save when done.
Important: In order for this to properly work, you must set the "Lazy Loading" feature to FALSE on every single image on the page, including logos. If it is not done to each one, it will not solve the delay and will remain slow. (However, this does not include background images as the feature is not available for them.)
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