motion2082 — 2014-01-19T04:47:01-05:00 — #1
Just finished working on a clients website http://tinyurl.com/q7eb549
When I navigate to different pages, notice how the banner at the top reloads each time, along with the rest of the site.
Is there a way to stop this from happening?
Or am I just being too pedantic?
rubble — 2014-01-19T05:19:36-05:00 — #2
I should think its down to the page size; according to yslow:
This page has 8 external stylesheets. Try combining them into one.
There are 10 images that are scaled down - I can understand scaling them down for mobile but why on a full screen?
motion2082 — 2014-01-19T07:14:25-05:00 — #3
Thanks Rubble, was hoping you wouldn't say that
rubble — 2014-01-19T07:29:27-05:00 — #4
As I say to people "The truth always hurts"
I had a similar problem a few years ago and it was worse on different browsers and part of the problem was different browsers load content in different ways. One browser loaded the images as they came and another loaded them after the rest of the content.
I got around this by only loading the content with an include and left the main part of the page the same. The URL contained the name of the content to include but I do not think this method would work in your case.
motion2082 — 2014-01-19T08:07:57-05:00 — #5
Using another developers template, was not playing nice with my modifications
motion2082 — 2014-01-19T08:37:03-05:00 — #6
Finding a lot of answers at http://www.feedthebot.com/
rubble — 2014-01-19T10:04:54-05:00 — #7
That's an interesting link and I will check it out.
One thing I forgot is using this at the top of your page before everything else:
// php compressor
motion2082 — 2014-01-20T06:57:07-05:00 — #8
Thx Rubble, added php compiler and moved js to the bottom and website seems a lot better.
Can't figure out why my Hover isn't working on the capabilities page and projects page though
motion2082 — 2014-01-20T07:46:47-05:00 — #9
Ok fixed it
Twitter API feed is only thing I cant fix now