Why is the animation only on the home page?

Why is the animation only on the home page?

To ensure that visitors are able to get around your site quickly, we generally recommend that firms have animation on the home page and not on the inside pages. This is especially critical for visitors who have slower internet connections or older devices where the loading time of the site may be slowed down considerably when animation is added. 

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