Thank you for replying NatHobson!
I’m not really sure I understand exactly how the lazysizes-plugin works/will help me but I trust you do 😉 Will it handle the sizes attribute for me?
Right now I’m using this wordpress plugin for lazy load that I found works for custom fields which I then guess I won’t need anymore?
Right now the code I use to load the image field looks as follows:
<?php echo wp_get_attachment_image(get_field('hero_image_3'), 'full', 0, array('class' => 'bilder2')); ?>
I can’t figure out how to implement the code you provided in order for it to work on my website. The ID parameter is not in the code I use right now. Am I right thinking this is the issue?
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