By the way, the other day I stumble on this adaptive images script. It works better for CMS system. http://adaptive-images.com/ Tee On Sep 27, 2011, at 10:42 PM, Hassan Schroeder wrote: On 9/27/11 8:44 PM, Tom Livingston wrote: David, with nothing but mobile Safari, if I hit a page with
With Android/2.2.2 [low-end touch screen] there is a horizontal yellow loading bar above the address bar-- it begins at the left rail and moves to the right rail. Opera Mobile and OperaMini on Android both have a circular whirling gizzmo loading button [same on a low-end SanyoMirro].
but I have never seen an article that tells how you can test what elements get loaded in the mobile Safari Maybe the third time's the charm -- Set up your test page and access it from your iOS device while *watching the server log*. Did the device request the image in question or not? Is
On 9/28/11 8:27 PM, Hassan Schroeder wrote: Maybe the third time's the charm -- Oh, easy for Leonardo! -- Dylan Thomas -- Desktop. Laptop. Tablet. Mobile! http://chelseacreekstudio.com/ *** List Guidelines:
Hi Hassan, Thank you for your patient. I did figure it after my post, from xcode's web inspector, a feature I never used before until today. From the this inspector I could see the difference from the one from Safari. Some people are kind and patience by nature (you), some never afraid to show