Instantly, automatically and painlessly make your website faster by reducing image payload and lazy loading them.
Picafto makes your website faster by loading images after the rest of the content has been loaded. For the user it won’t make a noticeable difference but for Search engines (Google, bing, yahoo etc.), it will.
In resume Picafto offers you:
-Automatic image load optimisation for vanilla WordPress editor. (whenever you upload an image in your page/post picafto will take care of it and automatically enqueue the loading when is appropiate to improve your page speed performance)
-Same as above but for ACF fields (ACF being the main tool used by WordPress theme developers when it comes to building your website, meaning that if you had a website built by a dev this applies to you)
-In addition you can add your own Picafto lazy loaded images with the sintax down below.
One of the main ranking factors, is page speed. Meaning: if your website is slow you won’t rank as you would if it was lightin fast.
If they told you that there’s a something that makes your website twice as fast (if images are being used, that’s the main premise of the plugin) for free, in one click, instantly…would you use it?
Developer Friendly & ACF compatibile
Picafto does all the groundwork for you when it comes to lazy loading your images in both the vanilla editor and the ACF WYSIWYG editor but say you want some images to be lazy loaded the Picafto way? Well said? Done! Just swap the
data-picafto-load in your images and Picafto is going to take care of the rest:
<img src="https//google.com/image.png" alt="image" />
<img data-picafto-load="https//google.com/image.png" alt="image" />
If needed you can opt-out of the lazy loading by simply placing
data-picafto-off as follows: