I tested like you did and just put the slider on a page by itself.
Along with testing 3 other templates I still get a lag. However I am noticing I may have some errors in my templates. They are working fine in the actual website, but when I created the testing area things aren't quite loading up correctly for some reason. (code sections are looking funny) Fine on rest of my pages. Not sure what is up.
Main page is www.jlarlington.org/jlabaker
and has the biggest lag.
Tons of stuff on this page so I can see why it takes a big, but nothing else seems to load up slow.
I made a few test pages for Anynews here:http://www.jlarlington.org/jlabaker/pages/testing/anynews-testing.php
Test pages aren't to bad, but just the module by itself.
Test 1 is the fastest with the CSS
Templates do have the testing to see if something contains data.
I believe that has given a few modules problems..
show_menu2(0, SM2_CURR+1, SM2_CURR+1);
$childmenu = ob_get_contents();
Test 2 and 3 are about the same.
I put the PHP info in the test area as well. I was able to get the php version, but wow it is running slow.
Not quite sure why it is taking forever to load.
For the time being I put a small work around in. I changed overflow to hidden in the better-coda-slider.css
By updating the .scroll thescroll-bar so it just appears 1st slide is active longer than the rest and then the arrows appear. Just need to tweak for final output.
width: 450px; overflow: hidden;
background: #FFF url(images/content_gradient.gif) repeat-x scroll left bottom;Detailed error description (what happens, what have you tried ...)
- lag..of 2-5 sec before slider is activeAnynews version (go to WebsiteBaker section Add-ons / Info / Anynews)
PHP Version 5.2.11System
Windows NT IIS01801 5.2 build 3790
Know the windows server is a big killer for me..WebsiteBaker version
Admin version 1.6 WebsiteBaker frontent template
- Custom templates - Initial glassbury and simplecss.Changes you made to WebsiteBaker
- No changes to WebsiteBaker, but had to make a minor change to library-admin due to the windows server.Browsers:
Firefox 3.6.24 and Internet explorer 8 and 9
Thanks for the info on firebug. I was searching the web for online items to speed it see where the bottleneck was. Always good when the solution is free.l