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Good morning everyone,

This is in regards to mobile viewing.

If you have the latest update firmware of iPhone, our website: suncoastmarketing.com keeps crashing on Safari Browser. I currently have the older firmware and it works fine. My coworker has the HTC smartphone and it works fine. Can someone explain to me why this would happen? Is it firmware or CSS/Page coding related? Thanks

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Page is not robust

The page is broken in Firefox without javascript enabled. It may also be broken with javascript; I'm not sure what you're trying to do, so can't say for sure.

Could it be a javascript issue? Kinda hard to test that since your javascript is obtrusive. That's what I'd suspect first, since css is pretty generally supported through v2.1

	Documents (1 file)	12 KB (39 KB uncompressed)
	Images (33 files)	476 KB
	Objects (0 files)	
	Scripts (17 files)	676 KB (2189 KB uncompressed)
	Style Sheets (8 files)	19 KB (65 KB uncompressed)
	Total	1184 KB (2770 KB uncompressed)
Good lord! 17 scripts totaling more than 2MB and 65KB in 8 style sheets (and one of them, ModuleStyleSheets.css, is 404 not found)? That's way too much opportunity for error. Speaking of error:

http://validator.w3.org/check?verbose=1&uri=http%3A%2F%2Fsuncoastmarketing.com%2F

http://jigsaw.w3.org/css-validator/validator?profile=css3&warning=0&uri=http%3A%2F%2Fsuncoastmarketing.com%2F

Start by fixing the html and css errors, not to mention finding the missing style sheet.

Were it me, I'd put refactoring the page to make the js unobtrusive at the top of my to-do list. Animations annoy me for the most part, which is why I surf with Flash and javascript disabled. I'm not the only one, as NoScript and Flashblock are among the most popular of Firefox's extensions. Maybe shrink the size, too? All those potential customers bogged down by dial-up connections; 2min 44seconds plus the latency involved in 59 GETs. User tests show that people quit the site by 50% (except for the highly motivated) for each 10 seconds it takes to download. That's 99.998% loss before accounting for latency. Even half to three-quarters of potential viewers on DSL will quit before the page can load.

cheers,

gary

Unplanned code results in a tangled wad of brain-cramping confusion.

There are enough html & css demos and tutorials to be interesting. Please visit.

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gary.turner wrote:The page

gary.turner wrote:

The page is broken in Firefox without javascript enabled. It may also be broken with javascript; I'm not sure what you're trying to do, so can't say for sure.

Could it be a javascript issue? Kinda hard to test that since your javascript is obtrusive. That's what I'd suspect first, since css is pretty generally supported through v2.1

	Documents (1 file)	12 KB (39 KB uncompressed)
	Images (33 files)	476 KB
	Objects (0 files)	
	Scripts (17 files)	676 KB (2189 KB uncompressed)
	Style Sheets (8 files)	19 KB (65 KB uncompressed)
	Total	1184 KB (2770 KB uncompressed)
Good lord! 17 scripts totaling more than 2MB and 65KB in 8 style sheets (and one of them, ModuleStyleSheets.css, is 404 not found)? That's way too much opportunity for error. Speaking of error:

http://validator.w3.org/check?verbose=1&uri=http%3A%2F%2Fsuncoastmarketing.com%2F

http://jigsaw.w3.org/css-validator/validator?profile=css3&warning=0&uri=http%3A%2F%2Fsuncoastmarketing.com%2F

Start by fixing the html and css errors, not to mention finding the missing style sheet.

Were it me, I'd put refactoring the page to make the js unobtrusive at the top of my to-do list. Animations annoy me for the most part, which is why I surf with Flash and javascript disabled. I'm not the only one, as NoScript and Flashblock are among the most popular of Firefox's extensions. Maybe shrink the size, too? All those potential customers bogged down by dial-up connections; 2min 44seconds plus the latency involved in 59 GETs. User tests show that people quit the site by 50% (except for the highly motivated) for each 10 seconds it takes to download. That's 99.998% loss before accounting for latency. Even half to three-quarters of potential viewers on DSL will quit before the page can load.

cheers,

gary

thanks for looking into it, i will look into this and all the comments you stated i will look into as well. thought it could easily be picked out. Smile

This is from a template style module, Page is not robust. I don't want to change something that would affect the open source code and possibly lead to many different issues.

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phino wrote:Good morning

thanks