With the release of WordPress 5.5, users now have image lazy loading turned on by default in their websites. That’s right, lazy loading is now a standard feature in WordPress that you can’t just turn off.
I personally don’t like this at all, and in this article I am going to explain how you can disable lazy loading in WordPress. Plus, I am going to give you two reasons why you should consider doing this.
Since first starting out as a blogger and affiliate marketer, I have used several web hosts, such as DreamHost, GoDaddy, and Bluehost, and always with mixed results.
A few years ago, I moved most of my sites to DreamHost, initially on a Shared Hosting account, and later upgraded to VPS. I’m glad I did, because I’ve never had any issues since, and these sites are performing great.
WordPress is by far the most popular blogging platform. Countless of new WordPress-based websites go live everyday with no signs of slowing down.
WordPress is reasonably easy to use, but it can be challenging to find your way through so many different themes, plugins and configuration settings. It’s easy enough to install WordPress, but what do you do after installing WordPress?