Juicer feeds can be very heavy, and no matter the optimization we do on our end (trust us, we've done all of them) it still has the possibility to slow down your page if you are loading 100+ images! Here's a few things you can do to speed up your Juicer feed.
Lazy Load the Images
The easiest way ...
Juicer has a lot of hidden feed customization available, you can do pretty much anything you want to with your feed, and this post will show you how.
The way that this typically works is using data-attributes on your embed <ul> like so:
<ul class="juicer-feed" data-feed-id="YOUR-JUICER-FEED-NAME"...
Juicer offers a whole bunch of different social media integrations for your embeddeble social media aggregator. But it can be difficult to know exactly how to add each of these different sources. So we've put together this little guide to hopefully help you out!
Setting up a Social Media Aggregator on a Tumblr Blog using Juicer isn't terribly difficult, there are a few different methods.
The easiest is to use the Juicer <iframe> embed.
First make sure you have signed up (/sign-up) for Juicer.
Then, visit your tumblr dashboard and click on New "Text Post"...