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    Hi, Enfold support team,

    A basic question, but i didn’t find the answer searching the forum.
    When using an Avia slider (Easy, Full-width, fullscreen), is there a big difference regarding browsing comfort (and only browsing comfort) if i’ve got 1 slide (say 200ko) or 10 slides (2Mo) ?
    Or is the loading method “softening” the user experience, when files size is much bigger ?

    Thanks for your help and your fine work.


    Hey ouranos3,

    I’m not sure I understand what you mean by that, could you try to explain a bit further please?

    Best regards,


    Thanks, Rikard. I am not really clear.

    I’am trying to make my opinion about using a high number of slides in a slider regarding user experience, and only user experience. I’m aware about all the downsides of the global weight of a web page.
    Are all the slides to be loaded to see the first one ?
    I am talking about the sliders avalaible in the Avia Editor of course, not the Layer slider.

    Thanks for your help



    I’m not sure if I understand you clearly but I think your concern is the “loading speed” of the site. Every images in the slider or the page will be loaded simultaneously unless you’re using a “lazy load” script that is configured to work with the theme. Please optimize the images if you want to improve the loading speed.


    Best regards,


    Hi Ismael,

    I have the same question as the person who posted the original question. You mention that images in the slider or page are loaded simultaneously.

    To confirm, when a page has a full width slider, are all images for a slider loaded first before the slider appears on the page?

    Thank you.



    Yes, the slider will preload the image one at a time before it starts.

    Best regards,


    Thank you Ismael!



    Glad we could help :-)

    Please let us know if you should need any further help on the topic.

    Best regards,

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