Most loader/Preloader plugins will show the loading icon minutes after the user made a click. In this guide, we will show you a simple to set up plugin that shows the loader icon immediately after a user clicks anywhere on your WordPress website.
2. Add a Preloader to your site
Now that you have the plugin active, Navigate to PWA then click on the features options.
Turn on the loader icon and click on the gear icon as shown below.
On the overlay page that will show, you can customize the color of the loader and choose the devices you want the loader to show. If you want the loader to show on all browsers such as Chrome, Firefox, etc, make sure Show Only in PWA is not ticked.
If you need a different icon rather than the default one, you will need to buy an extension that contains the Loading icon Library.
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