On 15.07.2009 17:38, CET - what odd quirk of fate caused David E. Ross
to generate the following:? :
On 7/15/2009 2:40 AM, squaredancer wrote:
On 15.07.2009 10:17, CET - what odd quirk of fate caused Ant to
generate the following:? :
I noticed lately Gizmodo's Web pages are rendering slowly and hogging
Web browser's CPU and memory badly.
on FF 188.8.131.52 / XP-SP2 that URL is a crapper... there is a script
and re-opened the URL.... it works properly that way for me.
Is anyone else having this problem? If so, then what's going on? Thank
you in advance. :)
Try disabling JS, see what happens your end!
I've seen Web pages with scripts that, when rendering of the page is
done, a script then downloads additional scripts from a server.
Sometimes it seems that one of the addtional scripts then downloads even
more scripts. Since I have a dial-up Internet connection, this really
slows things down.
The Web site for the Vanguard Group (mutual funds) is one such site. I
view account statements.
on this specific site, David, I disabled JS, loaded the URL, saw that it
"worked as should"
I then re-enabled JS whilst the page was loaded - crapped out again!
I presume that there is some seriously bad JS on that URL...
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