UPDATED ON: 2023-11-04 Nothing complex here, at least at this time. Here i’ll accumulate performance related information. ░▒▓ LAZY LOADING OF IMAGES ▓▒░ Just implemented lazy loading at my main index page. Concept is pretty simple you are loading images only when they appearing in the viewport of the browser. All you need to do is just to apply loading=“lazy” to the classes of loaded images. <img loading="lazy" src="/img/demo./png" alt="Picture"> In my case it was like this:
This is so cool. You definitely need to check this out. ► CLICK LOAD WINDOWS 93 [CLICK TO LOAD WINDOWS `93] Imagery by spacedrone808
I’m still using trusted [Icecat port by Muslayev] . Problem is that it begin to show it’s age by not rendering some websites in a correct way. After checking [Firefox release roadmap] i find out that 91 ESR branch on which Icecat is based will reach EOL status at the end of the summer. So i’ll need a replacement to keep up with modern web standards. Chrome and original Firefox are not an options because of their telemetry framework and bloated nature.
Just want to make a super quick note on neat browsers for legacy operating systems. There is not so much choice for such vintage OS these days. There are two of last Mohicans. K-Meleon & MyPal. K-Meleon is way more lightweight and will be good for slow puters. There is even a Windows 98 version. While MyPal will bring up more modern web compatibility, but of course it is tad slower than K-Meleon.