Your website may take a little more time to load all the contents regardless of how lightweight or fast your pages are. There are other contributors to this factor like your site visitors’ poor internet connection. Having a complete blank webpage on screen while waiting for the website to load is a boring experience for the visitors. This is where the CSS preloader comes into play. With many pages on your site, you might be thinking what to do to add a preloader. Hakuna matata. Today, we will tell you how you can do this in the quickest possible way. How to add CSS3 preloader to your site Adding a CSS preloader to your website is pretty simple. It is just about a few lines of code. Even a non coder can do this just by copying and pasting these codes. Let’s see how it is done. (Your desired preloader…    read more