LazyLoad CSS is a simple and lightweight plugin that allows you to improve the performance of your WordPress website by lazy-loading unnecessary CSS stylesheet files. This can help to reduce the time it takes for your website to load, which can lead to improved FCP (First Contentful Paint) and LCP (Largest Contentful Paint) scores, as well as overall performance.
To use the plugin, simply specify the CSS stylesheet file that you want to lazy-load in the plugin’s settings, and the plugin will take care of the rest.
- Upload the plugin files to the
/wp-content/plugins/easy-optimizerdirectory, or install the plugin through the WordPress plugins screen directly.
- Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ screen in WordPress.
- Navigate to the plugin’s settings page and specify the CSS stylesheet file that you want to lazy-load.
- Save your changes and the plugin will begin lazy-loading the specified CSS file.
How does the plugin improve performance?
By lazy-loading CSS stylesheet files, the plugin reduces the amount of data that needs to be loaded when the page first loads. This can help to improve the time it takes for the page to load, which can lead to improved FCP and LCP scores, as well as overall performance.
Can I lazy-load any CSS file?
It is recommended to only lazy-load CSS files that are used below the fold (content that is not visible without scrolling down). Lazy-loading important theme CSS files or CSS files used on the viewport or above the fold may result in issues with the design of your website.
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