I'm facing long load time for one of the slider I've developped (see page link)
I suspect the slider to be displayed only once completely loaded into memory.
Is there a way to tell the slider to be displayed after the first slide is loaded ?
Thank you for your response
Thank you for getting in touch with us!I checked your slider and the problem is that, your gif images are too large.I suggest you to use videos instead of gif. If you use them because of the origami transition, then I suggest you to optimize your gifs and it will speed up loading of the slider. There are some example tool for optimalization, please check one of them: https://ezgif.com/optimizehttp://gifgifs.com/optimizer/
Best Regards,Kristof Molnar | Kreatura Support Team
thank you for your input. I will investigate.Nevertheless, Can you have a look 2 both sliders. The home page one (https://essensiel.ch/fr/essensiel-accueil-fr/). As soon as the first imgae of the slider is displayed thers is a load progres cursor displayed. It is not the case with the slider on the workshops page (https://essensiel.ch/fr/essensiel-ateliers-fr/); So, the slider seems to load completely prior being displayed.It seems to me there must a parameter that I've acitvated fot the home that I missed for the workshops slider.Can this be true ? if yes, where can this be defined ?Thanks again for your helpEctic
Thank you for your feedback!As I see the two sliders are very different, there are no GIFs in the first. the loading indicator may come back later if the slider is waiting for the next slider. So when you first load, it doesn't preload the entire slider, just the current slide. Then while the first slide starts playing we pre-load the content for the second slide, but if the first slide is short and reaches the end before the second is loaded and therefore the slider has to wait, the loading indicator can come back at any time( between 2 slides, even between 3 and 4 too )