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If any of you have an iPad 2, could you load
and see if it crashes the browser. It works on ipad 3 finally(most of the time), but crashes ipad 1. Seems like some issue with my jquery script. But as long as it works on iPad 2 and up, I'm fine with it.
Works on mine.
(No comment on the content.)
Laggy on mine. The menu type comes out blurry as well.
Seems to be anchored in the top/right of the screen too. Not sure if that's intentional, but the space left feels awkward
type is teeny tiny but didn't crash on ipad 2
- yeah I think the photos could be sized better/bigger too? in landscape mode they were only 1/2 the top of the screen or sosublocked
- exactly, make'em responsive or target ipad width, otherwise it loses me a littleprophetone
- It crashes if I make them scale to the width of the ipad. Not sure why, as the images are the same size.nikdaum
gangnam style head top left is only half the head
loads really fucking slow on my core duo 2 mac with safari.
loaded on the ipad 2 and didn't crash.
also the 'about' page was a bit.....bizarre. perhaps that's what you were going for? :)
nik, i've always loved your photos and your site sucks, btw.
*that's what that bird said! ;)
Crashed my 4...
Thanks for the feedback all. I'm a little bamboozled why when I change the code to get the images to fill the whole width of the browser it crashes on all iOS devices. But if I have the viewport scaled to .5 it doesn't. I'm guessing it is a memory issue of some kind, but my old version that was controlled by some jquery didn't have any issues. Annoying.
Would changing the doctype give different results?
@nikadaum can you get something else going with CSS instead of script? ...maybe max-width and using clipping properties?
Have you read the responsive design PDF by a list apart? It discusses all of that in there.