Disable LazyLoad on Mobile

Sometimes LazyLoad might work fine on desktop computers, but cause an issue on mobile devices. In that case you don’t have to deactivate LazyLoad altogether—just install a little Helper Plugin to fine-tune your LazyLoad configuration!

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When Mobile Cache is active

The plugin below will deactivate LazyLoad for mobile devices when both, Mobile Cache AND its sub-option Separate cache files for mobile devices are enabled.

📥  Download (.zip):  WP Rocket | No LazyLoad for Mobile Devices (Mobile Cache only)
Developers: you can find the code for this plugin on GitHub.

When Mobile Cache is NOT active

If you want to make sure LazyLoad is programmatically disabled for mobile devices when Mobile Cache is NOT active, install the following plugin:

📥  Download (.zip):  WP Rocket | No LazyLoad for Mobile Devices (without Mobile Cache)
Developers: you can find the code for this plugin on GitHub.