Using a Lazy load Plugin in Wordpress

Modified on Mon, 02 Oct 2023 at 11:20 AM

The lazy load plugin delays loading and execution of some files that can delay the page load. This can improve the user experience by loading the page faster for the user. However, this can cause a very critical error in the case of Schema Markup. 

Schema App's WordPress plugin uses JavaScript to load Markup on your WordPress website. However, the Lazy load plugin puts the Schema App JS files in the lazy load queue which causes the Markup to load much later on the page. This doesn't impact the user experience, however, Google Search Console(GSC) may process the page without the Markup. 


  1. The Lazy load plugin should allow you to exclude specific files or all files from a particular domain from delayed loading. If this option is available, add the Schema App domain to the exclusion list.
  2. If the Lazy load plugin doesn't allow you to exclude certain files, then it is advised to find another Lazy load plugin. Example: WP Rocket's LazyLoad Plugin

If neither of these solutions are an option for you, contact Schema App at

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