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hammy says

Could it be possible to have an option to preload them? I know it doesn’t take long as it is but if I’m scrolling down a list of themes it slows it down a bit. I don’t really mind taking a small hit on bandwidth to preload them, so when I mouseover they’re instant.

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darius9000 says

only way i can think of now is javascript. dreamweaver has this feature.

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jremick Envato team says

If you’re talking about here at ThemeForest, that would be a lot of images to preload. It’s best to let them load on request.

If you’re looking for this feature for a template of your own, then Javascript can do this quite easily. Let us know which you’re referring to and if you need it for a project of your own I’ll post a link to how to accomplish it. :)

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hammy says

Heh, I meant here on Themeforest. According to down the bottom there’d only be under 400 images to load which isn’t too horrible. Like I said, it could be an option, or maybe I just need to learn to be patient.

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