Another part of being responsive is controlling the load time of a page. One way to do this is to use jQuery to lazy load a page.
Long pages with lots of images can take a while to load especially if they are big and beautiful. Many of your site visitors may only see the top of the page and then leave. There is no reason to load all the images if they don’t intend to see them all. Lazy loading can be done using a jQuery plugin.
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View the example of a lazy load page with grey placeholders
View an example of a lazy load page with highly compressed grey scale versions of the placeholders
View an example of a page with AddToHome done inappropriately (for testing purposes)
View an example of a page with AddToHome done appropriately so it only asks twice and only after the second visit.