Is there a script to detect the internet connection speed of the visitor of the website in order to determine if the HTML or the flash content of the site wil be published. This to prevent the visitors to struggle with large flash files en give them the best possible experience. On the other hand to satisfy the need of the fast speed connection owner to get a rich internet experience and to brand my products with trendy content.
On our website we wanna bind a click (or maybe mouseover)-event on every user-image. The click on the image should open a layer with further information about the user. Now i look for a best practice way to solve this (focus on performance), because there could be a lot of user-images on one side. I think, if i bind the event on a class like this
that could slow down the site, because i read, that "The class selector is the slowest selector in jQuery". Back to the roots and insert an onclick(function) to the element, but i'm not realy happy with that solution.
I am about to launch a SharePoint site with thousands of users accessing the site from a very, very slow network. Two questions. Is there a way to 'install' jquery so that it doesn't download every time they access the site?
_All_ users are on the same domain and are using IE7. Once they download JQuery on the initial page visit, does it still redownload the file every time they access the site? Temporary internet files don't get cleared after each session, so I'm assuming it doesn't get re-downloaded.
Ive been having a problem of late with one of my sites that uses PHP5 / Ajax. The problem is that periodically the ajax functions lock up and it gets stuck in the loading phase of the request. If i restart the apache server everything goes back to normal (i assume it severs the connection to the ajax called function).
I have recorded this happening in Firefox, safari and IE6 & 7
My server is running debian with apache2 and php5
Just wondering if somebody can shed some light on what my problem may be? Code:
I am new at this jquery stuff. In fact, I'm more of a cut and paste kind of gal I have a web page that I incorporated a slideshow. The picture seems to change a bit faster than I'd like, and I can't seem to make the picture go slower than it already is. Can anyone tell me what value I need to change to accomplish this? I changed a couple numbers, but didn't seem to have an affect. Also, is there a way to add a pause and play button so if the fading picture bothers someone, they can pause it?
I'm justing wondering about the behavior of JS in regards to adding elements, suppose I have something like this:
I'm just wondering at the point I hit that "// DO SOMETHING WITH ONE OF THESE DIVS", are all the divs I have added in the DOM available to access?
I ask because I have some code at work in which a tester is reporting an error that happens which I can't reproduce, and they and others have had it a few times.
The only way I can explain it in my mind is if the div is not available to me at the time of execution. So I'm just looking to rule it out or confirm my hunch.
Is document.getElementById("myDiv").appendChild(obj); synchronous and the next line of code wont execute until the DOM is ready or is it in fact a asynchronous call and therefore adding alot of elements to the DOM could result in a lag so some divs or not available straight away.
In the home page (index.html) i have a flash intro. The first time a user sees the website, the intro should play. Once he goes to another page (about_us or contact_us) and comes back to the home page, it should show a different swf (the version without the intro) - i have created two swf files. I need to know how to change them when the user has already seen the intro or was in the home page before. When i googled, i found something on cookies. I have no clue on how to set them and change the swf file.
I''m looking to develop a web app where there will be extensive Ajax queries, array manipulations and loading of tables on pages.. What are the best software programs or technologies out the fore maximizing the processing of these queries? ? i remember i once heard about some technology called PURE that let you transfer AJAX JSON responses directly into HTML to maximize speed.
Are there any good programs like that people know of ( or a better alternative to PURE if pure is no good i literally know nothing about it ) that can work well with jQuery, or can jQuery achieve better speeds somehow?
Is there anyone who recognizes this problem and knows some possible solutions?
Images are cached by the browser depending on the headers sent by the server. If the server does not send sufficient information for the browser to decide the image is cacheable, the browser will check if the image has been updated every time you change the src of an image (in some user settings). To overcome this you must send suitable headers.