Yep! Although I’m not sure about network priorities when it comes to two requests. The nice thing about a single resource is the loading order is locked into the file. https://t.co/YSEVpzBUi6
September 9th, 2020
It would be nice if there were an attribute on the
img element that you could use to point to the low-res version.
We could call it something like …
You can always lock it into the HTML 🙃codepen.io/eeeps/pen/poyL… In a world where in-file previews of some form exist, what would be needed to revive the original lazyload spec/implementation that preloaded and tried to decode/paint a tiny range?
That’s a good question. Maybe nothing needs to change, the loading thing is just a hint, maybe the browser could just download a small range without breaking any rules. Maybe.