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README.md

Lazy Load for Videos by Kevin Weber

This plugin improves page load times and increases your Google PageSpeed Score. It replaces embedded Youtube and Vimeo videos with a clickable preview image. By loading the videos only when the user clicks on the preview image – using jQuery –, no unnecessary JavaScript is loaded. Especially on sites with many embedded videos this will make your visitors happy.

Download link and more information on the developer's website

Who can contribute?

Everyone. You! I'm looking forward to merge your contribution. Here are a few steps to help you get started:

  1. Fork/clone this repository to your computer.
  2. Navigate to your downloaded folder in your terminal.
  3. Install the project-specific npm dependencies (run: npm install).
  4. Afterwards you can run npm run watch to automatically compile all JavaScript and SCSS changes whenever you save a file.
  5. When you're done, run npm run production.
  6. Create a pull request.
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