Lazy loading, also known as load on demand, is a technique for optimizing online content. With this technique, not the entire web page is loaded and rendered at once, but a web page that is loaded and displayed slowly, bit by bit. It loads the object when it is needed. When you scroll the page, the content is made available to you. To be more precise, it is common to delay initializing resources until they are actually needed to improve performance and save system resources.
There are advantages to lazy loading. For example, unnecessary code execution is avoided. WordPress, one of the leading blogging platforms on the web, offers a lazy loading solution called Infinite Scroll. However, when you open a browser with multiple tabs, the content of each tab does not load until you click on it. If you think this behavior is inappropriate, try turning off lazy loading. This article guides you through the process of enabling or disabling lazy loading in the Microsoft Edge browser.