A slider makes a page beautiful with better appealing visuals and can impress your clients. It has a cost though in terms of resources it consumes to load and render itself. RabbitLoader provides two options to control the behavior of slider rendering so you can easily choose what is best for your website.
When a slider is encountered on a webpage, RabbitLoader can handle it in two ways-
Go to Settings -> Page Rules on your account. Click on the modify button for the page rule you want to modify. If you want this new setting to be effective for the entire website, choose the ‘*’ rule. If you are not familiar with it, please read the page rules introduction first.
Toggle the checkbox for the slider and save the rule.
After saving this rule, and purging the cache, the slider behavior would be updated for matching page rules.
In many scenarios, we have observed that a slider is used with a single image and only for text overlapping images. Wherever possible, look for a less resource-intensive alternative widget or component to achieve the same goal. This will keep your website fast and healthy page experience for your visitors.