Can you see if you can get the raw version of that first file, maybe using
wget or curl or something? There's a "<head/>" at the top of the file,
which we don't emit in our template.
Can you also perform the expansion, see what URL the developer tools are
showing gets loaded, and grab that version of the file as well?
Thanks. Hopefully this will spark something, but this is pretty well-tested
code, so I'm really unsure why it's doing what it's doing.
Any chance there's some odd proxy server in-between, or some Apache module
that's trying to optimize the page somehow?
Christian Hammond - christ...@beanbaginc.com
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On Mon, Feb 15, 2016 at 6:27 PM, <tra...@apptimize.com> wrote:
> No worries Christian.
> So I followed your instructions to get the fragment HTML and it strangely
> seems to include the tbody element as you are expecting (see attachment).
> I've also attached the html of the entire #diffs element after this
> fragment is inserted and you can see that the tbody elements do not make it
> fragments into the diff container is stripping the tbody element.
> Thanks again,
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