Maximizing Speed with Lazy Load Images: A Bits Kingdom Guide

Boost your website speed with the power of lazy loading images

July 14, 2023

By: Enrique

Maximizing Speed with Lazy Loading Images: Your Secret to Success

At Bits Kingdom, we understand the importance of speed when it comes to websites. And we’re thrilled to share a valuable industry secret with you: the use of lazy loading images to enhance site speed. Intrigued? Let’s jump right in!

Why Choose Lazy Loading?

Implementing lazy loading images is an efficient technique to amp up your website speed. The method ensures that images load only when they appear in the browser viewport. This can be done by adding the ‘loading=”lazy”‘ attribute to the image tag. Easy-peasy!

<img source="image.jpg" alt="bits tips image" loading="lazy"></img>

But what if your site is bursting at the seams with images? It could become tiresome to manually assign the attribute to each one of them. No worries, though! There’s a simple solution: JavaScript to the rescue!

The Power of JavaScript

With this nifty JavaScript script, every image gets the lazy loading attribute, loading only when they come into the viewport view. This one trick can remarkably rev up your website’s speed.

document.addEventListener("DOMContentLoaded", function () {
	var lazyImages = []"img.lazy"));

	if ("IntersectionObserver" in window) {
		let lazyImageObserver = new IntersectionObserver(function (
		) {
			entries.forEach(function (entry) {
				if (entry.isIntersecting) {
					let lazyImage =;
					lazyImage.src = lazyImage.dataset.src;

		lazyImages.forEach(function (lazyImage) {

And that’s the final piece! Witness the acceleration in your website loading speed!

Don’t Sweat the Tech: Bits Kingdom is Here for You!

Let’s face it – a faster website equals more satisfied visitors. But if code jargon makes your head spin, fear not! We’re here to turn that dream into reality!

At Bits Kingdom, we’ve got an arsenal of ace developers who are wizards at turbocharging website performance. This includes the nifty trick of implementing lazy loading images. So, let us tackle the tech part. Just sit back and watch your website speed soar!