Poll: Should Browsers Implement Lazy Loading?
Lazy loading is the process of delaying the load of a resource until it's needed. Image a webpage that's 2,000 pixels high (lots of scrolling). Why should the images toward the bottom of the page load if the user clicks the first link way up at the top of the page? Doesn't make sense.
What do you think? Vote below!
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