On average, Maglr publications load fast and allow the user to come to view the publication fast as soon as they click a URL link to the publication, this is done by ensuring several things are kept in place when creating a publication.
Amount of Elements
Some people want to use a lot of elements in their publication and then come to question why their publication takes some time to load. When you have a lot of elements on the publication along with their changed settings, the system has to load each individual elements along with these settings and then run those settings if needed, such as start and end animations. We recommend not using too many elements if you can get the subject of a publication across with just a few elements then its best for a simplistic feel but also for the performance of the publication. Maglr first loads the initial landing page, the first page in the order and then loads all other pages in the background, so ensuring that your pages are covered from pixel to pixel in elements should guarantee a decent load time for publications.
A Lot of Pages
We understand that sometimes making a publication on a certain subject can mean a lot of pages for different subcategories, but using too many can start to take a toll on the system and slow down loading times for other pages. It may load the initial page fine, but the user may want to quickly scan through the publication and may have to wait for the other pages to load first before being able to view the publication properly. Try not to use loads of unnecessary pages, when the information can be placed on another page with the use of one or multiple elements.
Typically, users think that using large files for such things as images and videos is good because it means they will get great quality from the file along with a good loading time. That is not the case, it means that they usually have a file that is what we call inflated, meaning that it is a very large for no additional improvement to the quality, compared to a small file size that gives the same quality but at a smaller file size. Using large files means there is more data for the system to load and then display onto the screen, which could result is slow loading times and stuttering for things as videos. W recommend keeping a file's size to the highest quality possible while maintaining a decent file size, typically software where you render thing out have default presets which do the job fine.
Viewers Slow Internet
You also have to think for the viewer, some users may be using a desktop or laptop with a decent connection speed, whereas mobile users might be using wifi or mobile data which can be slow in different areas. This isn't something you can control, Maglr does its best by making a mirror for different countries, so when a user from Africa, for example, views the publication, it will create a copy of the publication to their closest server on our network and then that makes it easier on loading times for them.