Did you know that you can also lazy load IFRAMEs using the same
loading="lazy" attribute and value?
<iframe src="https://davidwalsh.name/" loading="lazy" onload="alert('Loaded!');" />
You can see how lazy loading IFRAMEs works with this demo:
This single attribute to perform a complex but useful operation is the ideal solution for lazy loading just about anything. I’m so thankful that browsers are implementing APIs that make using best practices so easy!
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