Lazy Load for WooCommerce
Lazy Load for WooCommerce includes the functionality to properly append Lazy Load into the image loop for WooCommerce. This means that unless you’ve edited the output of WooCommerce product images for archives (shop base or categories), it will work just by installing (and making sure you have jQuery active). You can still get it to work with customized images, you just have to rewrite the output to support the new class and placholder/data sources.
How does it work?
It uses the set catalog shop image to pull into a custom output that appends the Lazy Load css class (lazy) and placeholder (which you can set) as well as the customized fade in options (which you can override).
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