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  1. I recommend reading this book https://www.amazon.com/Predictably-Irrational-Revised-Expanded-Decisions/dp/0061353248 Dan Ariely also has some YouTube videos worth watching.
  2. Would be great if there was an option to use Image CDNs, so that image requests were to the exact size image. Thumbor is open source and recommended by Google: https://web.dev/install-thumbor/ http://thumbor.org/ Then there's also: https://cloudinary.com/ https://www.imgix.com/ https://www.cloudimage.io
  3. @bfarber No it's live now if you've downloaded the latest v76. The BBC have just done a quick case study on it as below:
  4. Chrome's native lazy loading is now live on Chrome 76 https://web.dev/native-lazy-loading Please can we have this enabled as default with a fall back for other browsers.
  5. Surely it would be better to just have better WordPress integration with the site? the blog product will never be anywhere near the level of Wordpress.
  6. @Thomas P Assume you've done a custom implementation as it's not standard with IPB. Invisible reCaptcha is V2 not V3.
  7. @bfarber check the animated demo on the home page of https://www.imgix.com/ They work completely different to a CDN such as Clouldfront, in that they allow one image to be dynamically rescaled, optimized and format served depending on the device/browser and connection speed.
  8. Has there been any discussion around support of Image CDNs such as https://cloudinary.com/ or https://www.imgix.com/
  9. But the page can't start rendering until the CSS file has been parsed. It's actually something I want to get around to testing, did you try it both ways? Edit: just found example of lazy loading background images https://toad.js.org/
  10. Images declared in the CSS will mean it takes longer for the browser to parse the CSS file delaying the loading of the visible page. If they were img src tags the requests would be made as the HTML is parsed so the visible page can load earlier. Why do you say they don't slow down rendering?
  11. FYI With the introduction of Dark Mode in macOS Mojave last year, web developers have been asking for support in Safari to style web content that matches the system appearance. With the Safari 12.1 update in macOS 10.14.4, dark mode support in WebKit has arrived. https://webkit.org/blog/8840/dark-mode-support-in-webkit/ Android Q will feature dark mode https://www.engadget.com/2019/05/07/android-q-google-IO-2019-dark-mode/
  12. Yeah I'd love to be able to not show the subscriptions lower than what they are already signed up for, and if they have the highest subscription not show the block at all.
  13. Hahaha sorry, didn't even see the date there. 🤣
  14. It's supported across 78.37% of all mobile web users and 81.29% of global desktops.
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