The Lazy Load Image stack is much like the Image stack, but uses a slightly different underlying structure. It holds off on loading the image until the visitor gets near to it when scrolling. This prevents extra overhead when loading the page when using large images.
*Note: You must enable Tooltips in the Theme variations for the Foundry theme to use Tooltips on a page.
We’ve used a rather large image files for our Lazy Load Image stack on this page to show that it doesn’t drag down the rest of the page’s load speed. The stack automatically begins loading the image as the visitor gets nearer it while scrolling.
Drag-and-drop your image into the image drop zone.
Choose from four different image styles: Standard, Rounded, Circular, Thumbnail.
Allows you to set the justification of your image. You can set the alignment to Left, Center or Right.
Remove Base Margin
Allows you to disable the preset standard spacing that is applied to the bottom of the Image stack.
This feature allows you to choose how Foundry displays your image when it comes to responsive sizing. You can choose to have the image display normally, as-is and only scale downwards when the image would otherwise begin to overflow the bounds of its parent container or you can choose one of the following:
Enables you to add a link to your image that goes to an internal page, or an external site.
Provides you a way to add an Alt. Tag to your image. The alt tag is used in HTML to specify alternative text that is rendered when the element to which it is applied cannot be displayed. It is also used by "screen reader" software so that a person who is listening to the content of a webpage (for instance, a person who is blind) can interact with this element.
Add a popup tooltip to your Button. These can be enabled on a per-icon basis. You can then set the tooltip text and its location, which can be set to either bottom, top, left or right.
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