Hoping someone could help. I have placed a few Lazy Load stacks within a Partial to be used as part of the website’s footer, however only a few images load during preview and after publish. Also the images that load change from page to page.
Is there an issue with using Lazy Load and Partials in this way?
Hi there @SASDemon – I’ve not run into this problem before, but will be glad to try and check it out for you. If you can send me a ZIP file containing your project file and images, as well as a link to your live URL, I can have a look at it at my soonest opportunity.
I have exported smaller images via Adobe Illustator, stuck them in the project and uploaded them to the same url given previously and they’re still not loading on Safari. Not even within the RapidWeaver Preview page (which I am guessing uses Safari).
I’ve zipped up the Project File and the images and have sent them to your email address. Hope that helps.
Got your email @SASDemon, but unfortunately the Google Drive link you sent does not want to allow me to access it. Not familiar enough with Google Drive to know why that is. Any chance you can send it a different way?
Off topic but I feel I have to point out that the combination of the school logo, the image of children playing and the parallax effect combine to make it look (at least to me) like we are looking down the sight of a sniper’s rifle and looking for a head shot as we scroll down the page. Probably not ideal for this context.
@SASDemon Can I ask what program you used to save you PNG files? I’m asking because I was experimenting with your images, and if I re-save some of the images using Photoshop’s save for web feature they seem to work again (sporadically)in the Lazy Load stack in Safari.
Since it is working on Chrome and FireFox, I and suspecting it is a Safari bug. I’ll continue to investigate, but wanted to touch base.
@SASDemon So it seems Safari has some sort of bug where it does not want to always lazy load the images if their image sizing is set to Upscale. Seems like an oddity with Safari. If you set the sizing to Normal on all of the images instead of Upscale Safari should work again. I’ll see if I can workout why Safari dislikes this, but it should really make no difference. That and the fact that it works perfectly fine in other browsers is what leads me to believe it is a Safari bug / quirk.