If you use the news items on the left side of the screen to navigate to a new page you’ll notice the load time is incredibly fast. I’m curious how they’re achieving this. Unless I’m missing something, I can’t find any frames being used in the HTML.
They’re using a lot of “data-“ attributes in their code, I’d wager for the JS to utilize. They’re also doing a very nice, seamless job of appending unique identifiers to the URL string. What’s even cooler is the infinite scroll. Scroll an article down to the end and you’ll see an almost imperceptible (at least on my connection) blink as it loads the next article—it even flips to the right nav element on the left, and appends the correct URL string.
@AlenAbdula I’m curious if they’re using some sort of plugin to preload other than infinite scroll. When you click on a page it loads incredibly quickly, and that’s not really a function of infinite scroll. I’m more interested in how they’re achieving the loading speed. Maybe it is just a super fast server.