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    my google console is reporting a high number of cls issues that needs to be fixed. Upon inspection from the Google Performance tab developer tool and found out that this is mostly due to the lazy loading. Because Im using w3 Total Cache too, i’m writing this email to find out if i’m able to change and fix it from W3 total cache instead of going for a diff plugin.

    Thank you and I look forward to hearing from you!

    best regards,
    Justin Oon

    Joseph W

    Hi Justin,

    You can locate the lazy loading settings in W3 Total Cache and make any adjustments you need by navigating to Performance > User Experience in your WordPress dashboard. In those settings you can use the exclusion rules to prevent certain tags from using the lazy loading feature, change how the script is embedded, or turn it off completely.

    Please let us know if you have any other questions for us!

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