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I have an EE site that is using Assets to display large images (1080px wide) that stack vertically. I would love to use this LazyLoad jQuery script, however it is required to change the "src=" in the tag to "data-original="

In my EE install, I am using Assets to manage these images along with CE Image to resize. In my template, I have this Assets tag pair to output the images. I would wish to keep the CE Image single tag, only because I want it to output both the width (which should stay at 1080px), and variable height using "add_dims=" parameter.

{gallery_items var_prefix="file"}
  {exp:ce_img:single src="{file:url}" alt="{file:alt_text}" max_width="1080" itemprop="image" add_dims="yes" class="lazyload"}
{/gallery_items}

If I simply change out the "src=", nothing seems to output. Any help would be great!!

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You need to use pair tag for this:

{gallery_items var_prefix="file"}
{exp:ce_img:pair src="{file:url}" max_width="1080" itemprop="image"}
<img data-original="{made_url}" class="lazyload" alt="{file:alt_text}" width="{width}" height="{height}" />
{/exp:ce_img:pair}
{/gallery_items}
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  • OK! Thanks for that. We're getting closer, however I'm still not seeing the images. What I do see are the image tags being outputted now. For some reason the images aren't being rendered on the page. This may be a separate issue though.. unless you think otherwise. – ninjaroll Feb 5 '14 at 23:04
  • Sorry, here's the output <img data-original="//d2omqnuzo0t1t8.cloudfront.net/images/remote/http_s3.amazonaws.com/xxxxxxxx/gallery/don-carlos/don-xxxxxxxxxx.jpg" class="lazyload" alt="" width="1080" height="720" /> – ninjaroll Feb 5 '14 at 23:29
  • data-original="{made_url}", but if u use as3 - data-original="{aws_url}" – Max Lazar Feb 5 '14 at 23:46
  • Found the issue, which was javascript related as I was suspecting. Thank you! Works great now! – ninjaroll Feb 6 '14 at 18:38

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