many images delay even when cached

Discussion in 'HTML' started by cosmic foo, Jul 26, 2005.

  1. cosmic foo

    cosmic foo Guest

    I have a page with about 100 images of about 10k each.
    where a typical img tag looks like this,
    <img src="item001.jpg" height="70" alt="" onMouseOver="showPic(this)"
    border="0">
    Not all the images need to be viewed at once, depending on what category is
    selected, only about 10 images are seen at any one time.
    I hide and show categories of images by setting a div container
    display:none/block or visibility:hidden/visible.

    Even though the images are cached on the client, when the page loads in ie,
    there is still a few seconds delay while it counts down until there are no
    items remaining.
    In firefox there is the same delay but instead of counting down it just says
    'waiting for..'

    From what i understand, the way to get around this delay when loading is not
    to set the src of the image tags until later, when the images need to be
    viewed (using javascript).
    That's not a problem and i have tried it, and it works, but now (for some
    reason) the browser forgets that the images have been cached whenever the
    user returns to the site, and has to download the images from the server,
    the first time a particular category of images is viewed.
    This, i presume, is happening because the src attribute is no longer
    hard-coded in the source, and the browser cannot associate an entry in the
    cache with the src of an image that is set via javascript?

    So it looks like the only solution may be to generate the html on the fly,
    when it is needed, with the src intact, or to use frames to get the html
    when it is needed.

    Am i missing something here?
    Thanks.
     
    cosmic foo, Jul 26, 2005
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  2. cosmic foo

    Jedi Fans Guest

    cosmic foo wrote:
    > I have a page with about 100 images of about 10k each.
    > where a typical img tag looks like this,
    > <img src="item001.jpg" height="70" alt="" onMouseOver="showPic(this)"
    > border="0">
    > Not all the images need to be viewed at once, depending on what category is
    > selected, only about 10 images are seen at any one time.
    > I hide and show categories of images by setting a div container
    > display:none/block or visibility:hidden/visible.
    >
    > Even though the images are cached on the client, when the page loads in ie,
    > there is still a few seconds delay while it counts down until there are no
    > items remaining.
    > In firefox there is the same delay but instead of counting down it just says
    > 'waiting for..'
    >
    > From what i understand, the way to get around this delay when loading is not
    > to set the src of the image tags until later, when the images need to be
    > viewed (using javascript).
    > That's not a problem and i have tried it, and it works, but now (for some
    > reason) the browser forgets that the images have been cached whenever the
    > user returns to the site, and has to download the images from the server,
    > the first time a particular category of images is viewed.
    > This, i presume, is happening because the src attribute is no longer
    > hard-coded in the source, and the browser cannot associate an entry in the
    > cache with the src of an image that is set via javascript?
    >
    > So it looks like the only solution may be to generate the html on the fly,
    > when it is needed, with the src intact, or to use frames to get the html
    > when it is needed.
    >
    > Am i missing something here?
    > Thanks.
    >
    >
    >

    please dont cross post
     
    Jedi Fans, Jul 26, 2005
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  3. cosmic foo

    cosmic foo Guest

    "Jedi Fans" <"news[at]jedifans[--=dot==-]com"> wrote in message
    news:42e64844$...
    > cosmic foo wrote:
    > > I have a page with about 100 images of about 10k each.
    > > where a typical img tag looks like this,
    > > <img src="item001.jpg" height="70" alt="" onMouseOver="showPic(this)"
    > > border="0">
    > > Not all the images need to be viewed at once, depending on what category

    is
    > > selected, only about 10 images are seen at any one time.
    > > I hide and show categories of images by setting a div container
    > > display:none/block or visibility:hidden/visible.
    > >
    > > Even though the images are cached on the client, when the page loads in

    ie,
    > > there is still a few seconds delay while it counts down until there are

    no
    > > items remaining.
    > > In firefox there is the same delay but instead of counting down it just

    says
    > > 'waiting for..'
    > >
    > > From what i understand, the way to get around this delay when loading is

    not
    > > to set the src of the image tags until later, when the images need to be
    > > viewed (using javascript).
    > > That's not a problem and i have tried it, and it works, but now (for

    some
    > > reason) the browser forgets that the images have been cached whenever

    the
    > > user returns to the site, and has to download the images from the

    server,
    > > the first time a particular category of images is viewed.
    > > This, i presume, is happening because the src attribute is no longer
    > > hard-coded in the source, and the browser cannot associate an entry in

    the
    > > cache with the src of an image that is set via javascript?
    > >
    > > So it looks like the only solution may be to generate the html on the

    fly,
    > > when it is needed, with the src intact, or to use frames to get the html
    > > when it is needed.
    > >
    > > Am i missing something here?
    > > Thanks.
    > >
    > >
    > >

    > please dont cross post


    ?
     
    cosmic foo, Jul 26, 2005
    #3
  4. cosmic foo

    Jedi Fans Guest

    cosmic foo wrote:
    > "Jedi Fans" <"news[at]jedifans[--=dot==-]com"> wrote in message
    > news:42e64844$...
    >> cosmic foo wrote:
    >>> I have a page with about 100 images of about 10k each.
    >>> where a typical img tag looks like this,
    >>> <img src="item001.jpg" height="70" alt="" onMouseOver="showPic(this)"
    >>> border="0">
    >>> Not all the images need to be viewed at once, depending on what category

    > is
    >>> selected, only about 10 images are seen at any one time.
    >>> I hide and show categories of images by setting a div container
    >>> display:none/block or visibility:hidden/visible.
    >>>
    >>> Even though the images are cached on the client, when the page loads in

    > ie,
    >>> there is still a few seconds delay while it counts down until there are

    > no
    >>> items remaining.
    >>> In firefox there is the same delay but instead of counting down it just

    > says
    >>> 'waiting for..'
    >>>
    >>> From what i understand, the way to get around this delay when loading is

    > not
    >>> to set the src of the image tags until later, when the images need to be
    >>> viewed (using javascript).
    >>> That's not a problem and i have tried it, and it works, but now (for

    > some
    >>> reason) the browser forgets that the images have been cached whenever

    > the
    >>> user returns to the site, and has to download the images from the

    > server,
    >>> the first time a particular category of images is viewed.
    >>> This, i presume, is happening because the src attribute is no longer
    >>> hard-coded in the source, and the browser cannot associate an entry in

    > the
    >>> cache with the src of an image that is set via javascript?
    >>>
    >>> So it looks like the only solution may be to generate the html on the

    > fly,
    >>> when it is needed, with the src intact, or to use frames to get the html
    >>> when it is needed.
    >>>
    >>> Am i missing something here?
    >>> Thanks.
    >>>
    >>>
    >>>

    >> please dont cross post

    >
    > ?
    >
    >
    >
    >

    dont post the same or similar message to multi newsgroups, as it wastes
    peoples time...
     
    Jedi Fans, Jul 26, 2005
    #4
  5. cosmic foo

    cosmic foo Guest

    "Jedi Fans" <"news[at]jedifans[--=dot==-]com"> wrote in message
    news:42e65451$...
    > cosmic foo wrote:
    > > "Jedi Fans" <"news[at]jedifans[--=dot==-]com"> wrote in message
    > > news:42e64844$...
    > >> cosmic foo wrote:
    > >>> I have a page with about 100 images of about 10k each.
    > >>> where a typical img tag looks like this,
    > >>> <img src="item001.jpg" height="70" alt="" onMouseOver="showPic(this)"
    > >>> border="0">
    > >>> Not all the images need to be viewed at once, depending on what

    category
    > > is
    > >>> selected, only about 10 images are seen at any one time.
    > >>> I hide and show categories of images by setting a div container
    > >>> display:none/block or visibility:hidden/visible.
    > >>>
    > >>> Even though the images are cached on the client, when the page loads

    in
    > > ie,
    > >>> there is still a few seconds delay while it counts down until there

    are
    > > no
    > >>> items remaining.
    > >>> In firefox there is the same delay but instead of counting down it

    just
    > > says
    > >>> 'waiting for..'
    > >>>
    > >>> From what i understand, the way to get around this delay when loading

    is
    > > not
    > >>> to set the src of the image tags until later, when the images need to

    be
    > >>> viewed (using javascript).
    > >>> That's not a problem and i have tried it, and it works, but now (for

    > > some
    > >>> reason) the browser forgets that the images have been cached whenever

    > > the
    > >>> user returns to the site, and has to download the images from the

    > > server,
    > >>> the first time a particular category of images is viewed.
    > >>> This, i presume, is happening because the src attribute is no longer
    > >>> hard-coded in the source, and the browser cannot associate an entry in

    > > the
    > >>> cache with the src of an image that is set via javascript?
    > >>>
    > >>> So it looks like the only solution may be to generate the html on the

    > > fly,
    > >>> when it is needed, with the src intact, or to use frames to get the

    html
    > >>> when it is needed.
    > >>>
    > >>> Am i missing something here?
    > >>> Thanks.
    > >>>
    > >>>
    > >>>
    > >> please dont cross post

    > >
    > > ?
    > >
    > >
    > >
    > >

    > dont post the same or similar message to multi newsgroups, as it wastes
    > peoples time...


    why, do you think everyone reads both html groups?
     
    cosmic foo, Jul 26, 2005
    #5
  6. cosmic foo

    Jedi Fans Guest

    cosmic foo wrote:
    > "Jedi Fans" <"news[at]jedifans[--=dot==-]com"> wrote in message
    > news:42e65451$...
    >> cosmic foo wrote:
    >>> "Jedi Fans" <"news[at]jedifans[--=dot==-]com"> wrote in message
    >>> news:42e64844$...
    >>>> cosmic foo wrote:
    >>>>> I have a page with about 100 images of about 10k each.
    >>>>> where a typical img tag looks like this,
    >>>>> <img src="item001.jpg" height="70" alt="" onMouseOver="showPic(this)"
    >>>>> border="0">
    >>>>> Not all the images need to be viewed at once, depending on what

    > category
    >>> is
    >>>>> selected, only about 10 images are seen at any one time.
    >>>>> I hide and show categories of images by setting a div container
    >>>>> display:none/block or visibility:hidden/visible.
    >>>>>
    >>>>> Even though the images are cached on the client, when the page loads

    > in
    >>> ie,
    >>>>> there is still a few seconds delay while it counts down until there

    > are
    >>> no
    >>>>> items remaining.
    >>>>> In firefox there is the same delay but instead of counting down it

    > just
    >>> says
    >>>>> 'waiting for..'
    >>>>>
    >>>>> From what i understand, the way to get around this delay when loading

    > is
    >>> not
    >>>>> to set the src of the image tags until later, when the images need to

    > be
    >>>>> viewed (using javascript).
    >>>>> That's not a problem and i have tried it, and it works, but now (for
    >>> some
    >>>>> reason) the browser forgets that the images have been cached whenever
    >>> the
    >>>>> user returns to the site, and has to download the images from the
    >>> server,
    >>>>> the first time a particular category of images is viewed.
    >>>>> This, i presume, is happening because the src attribute is no longer
    >>>>> hard-coded in the source, and the browser cannot associate an entry in
    >>> the
    >>>>> cache with the src of an image that is set via javascript?
    >>>>>
    >>>>> So it looks like the only solution may be to generate the html on the
    >>> fly,
    >>>>> when it is needed, with the src intact, or to use frames to get the

    > html
    >>>>> when it is needed.
    >>>>>
    >>>>> Am i missing something here?
    >>>>> Thanks.
    >>>>>
    >>>>>
    >>>>>
    >>>> please dont cross post
    >>> ?
    >>>
    >>>
    >>>
    >>>

    >> dont post the same or similar message to multi newsgroups, as it wastes
    >> peoples time...

    >
    > why, do you think everyone reads both html groups?
    >
    >

    if ur gonna do it adress both newsgroups at same time, so answers in one
    are answered in another... do this by in newsgroup field [or w/e] in new
    message "alt.html, other.newsgroup" w/o quotes
     
    Jedi Fans, Jul 26, 2005
    #6
  7. cosmic foo

    Spartanicus Guest

    Jedi Fans <"news[at]jedifans[--=dot==-]com"> wrote:

    >please dont cross post


    But do snip quotes down to the bare minimum.

    --
    Spartanicus
     
    Spartanicus, Jul 26, 2005
    #7
  8. cosmic foo

    cosmic foo Guest

    "Jedi Fans" <"news[at]jedifans[--=dot==-]com"> wrote in message
    news:...
    > cosmic foo wrote:
    > > "Jedi Fans" <"news[at]jedifans[--=dot==-]com"> wrote in message
    > > news:42e65451$...
    > >> cosmic foo wrote:
    > >>> "Jedi Fans" <"news[at]jedifans[--=dot==-]com"> wrote in message
    > >>> news:42e64844$...
    > >>>> cosmic foo wrote:
    > >>>>> I have a page with about 100 images of about 10k each.
    > >>>>> where a typical img tag looks like this,
    > >>>>> <img src="item001.jpg" height="70" alt=""

    onMouseOver="showPic(this)"
    > >>>>> border="0">
    > >>>>> Not all the images need to be viewed at once, depending on what

    > > category
    > >>> is
    > >>>>> selected, only about 10 images are seen at any one time.
    > >>>>> I hide and show categories of images by setting a div container
    > >>>>> display:none/block or visibility:hidden/visible.
    > >>>>>
    > >>>>> Even though the images are cached on the client, when the page loads

    > > in
    > >>> ie,
    > >>>>> there is still a few seconds delay while it counts down until there

    > > are
    > >>> no
    > >>>>> items remaining.
    > >>>>> In firefox there is the same delay but instead of counting down it

    > > just
    > >>> says
    > >>>>> 'waiting for..'
    > >>>>>
    > >>>>> From what i understand, the way to get around this delay when

    loading
    > > is
    > >>> not
    > >>>>> to set the src of the image tags until later, when the images need

    to
    > > be
    > >>>>> viewed (using javascript).
    > >>>>> That's not a problem and i have tried it, and it works, but now (for
    > >>> some
    > >>>>> reason) the browser forgets that the images have been cached

    whenever
    > >>> the
    > >>>>> user returns to the site, and has to download the images from the
    > >>> server,
    > >>>>> the first time a particular category of images is viewed.
    > >>>>> This, i presume, is happening because the src attribute is no longer
    > >>>>> hard-coded in the source, and the browser cannot associate an entry

    in
    > >>> the
    > >>>>> cache with the src of an image that is set via javascript?
    > >>>>>
    > >>>>> So it looks like the only solution may be to generate the html on

    the
    > >>> fly,
    > >>>>> when it is needed, with the src intact, or to use frames to get the

    > > html
    > >>>>> when it is needed.
    > >>>>>
    > >>>>> Am i missing something here?
    > >>>>> Thanks.
    > >>>>>
    > >>>>>
    > >>>>>
    > >>>> please dont cross post
    > >>> ?
    > >>>
    > >>>
    > >>>
    > >>>
    > >> dont post the same or similar message to multi newsgroups, as it wastes
    > >> peoples time...

    > >
    > > why, do you think everyone reads both html groups?
    > >
    > >

    > if ur gonna do it adress both newsgroups at same time, so answers in one
    > are answered in another... do this by in newsgroup field [or w/e] in new
    > message "alt.html, other.newsgroup" w/o quotes


    why did you say 'please dont cross post'?
     
    cosmic foo, Jul 26, 2005
    #8
  9. cosmic foo

    Jedi Fans Guest

    cosmic foo wrote:

    <SNIP>
    >>>>>> please dont cross post
    >>>>> ?
    >>>>>
    >>>>>
    >>>>>
    >>>>>
    >>>> dont post the same or similar message to multi newsgroups, as it wastes
    >>>> peoples time...
    >>> why, do you think everyone reads both html groups?
    >>>
    >>>

    >> if ur gonna do it adress both newsgroups at same time, so answers in one
    >> are answered in another... do this by in newsgroup field [or w/e] in new
    >> message "alt.html, other.newsgroup" w/o quotes

    >
    > why did you say 'please dont cross post'?



    as you posted the same question to two different newsgroups where in one
    you may have gotten a reply which solved it and in the other you may not
    have gotten a reply until much later on, but since it was already solved
    it wasted the person's time in the second newsgroup... whereis if you
    do the alt.html, other.newsgroup thing everybody sees all replies
     
    Jedi Fans, Jul 26, 2005
    #9
  10. cosmic foo

    Jedi Fans Guest

    Spartanicus wrote:
    > Jedi Fans <"news[at]jedifans[--=dot==-]com"> wrote:
    >
    >> please dont cross post

    >
    > But do snip quotes down to the bare minimum.
    >

    fair enough, new to snipping as you can see...
     
    Jedi Fans, Jul 26, 2005
    #10
  11. cosmic foo

    Jedi Fans Guest

    Jedi Fans wrote:
    > Spartanicus wrote:
    >> Jedi Fans <"news[at]jedifans[--=dot==-]com"> wrote:
    >>
    >>> please dont cross post

    >>
    >> But do snip quotes down to the bare minimum.
    >>

    > fair enough, new to snipping as you can see...

    by that i meant i usually at at secnews.netscape.com which has a nosnip
    policy
     
    Jedi Fans, Jul 26, 2005
    #11
  12. cosmic foo

    cosmic foo Guest

    "Jedi Fans" <"news[at]jedifans[--=dot==-]com"> wrote in message
    news:...
    > cosmic foo wrote:
    >
    > <SNIP>
    > >>>>>> please dont cross post
    > >>>>> ?
    > >>>>>
    > >>>>>
    > >>>>>
    > >>>>>
    > >>>> dont post the same or similar message to multi newsgroups, as it

    wastes
    > >>>> peoples time...
    > >>> why, do you think everyone reads both html groups?
    > >>>
    > >>>
    > >> if ur gonna do it adress both newsgroups at same time, so answers in

    one
    > >> are answered in another... do this by in newsgroup field [or w/e] in

    new
    > >> message "alt.html, other.newsgroup" w/o quotes

    > >
    > > why did you say 'please dont cross post'?

    >
    >
    > as you posted the same question to two different newsgroups where in one
    > you may have gotten a reply which solved it and in the other you may not
    > have gotten a reply until much later on, but since it was already solved
    > it wasted the person's time in the second newsgroup... whereis if you
    > do the alt.html, other.newsgroup thing everybody sees all replies


    say please and maybe i might
     
    cosmic foo, Jul 26, 2005
    #12
  13. cosmic foo

    Jedi Fans Guest

    cosmic foo wrote:
    > "Jedi Fans" <"news[at]jedifans[--=dot==-]com"> wrote in message
    > news:...
    >> cosmic foo wrote:
    >>
    >> <SNIP>
    >>
    >> as you posted the same question to two different newsgroups where in one
    >> you may have gotten a reply which solved it and in the other you may not
    >> have gotten a reply until much later on, but since it was already solved
    >> it wasted the person's time in the second newsgroup... whereis if you
    >> do the alt.html, other.newsgroup thing everybody sees all replies

    >
    > say please and maybe i might


    what did i say in my first post??
     
    Jedi Fans, Jul 26, 2005
    #13
  14. cosmic foo

    Jedi Fans Guest

    Jedi Fans wrote:
    > cosmic foo wrote:
    >> "Jedi Fans" <"news[at]jedifans[--=dot==-]com"> wrote in message
    >> news:...
    >>> cosmic foo wrote:
    >>>
    >>> <SNIP>
    >>>
    >>> as you posted the same question to two different newsgroups where in one
    >>> you may have gotten a reply which solved it and in the other you may not
    >>> have gotten a reply until much later on, but since it was already solved
    >>> it wasted the person's time in the second newsgroup... whereis if you
    >>> do the alt.html, other.newsgroup thing everybody sees all replies

    >>
    >> say please and maybe i might

    >
    > what did i say in my first post??

    moreover its just plain common curtosy
     
    Jedi Fans, Jul 26, 2005
    #14
  15. cosmic foo

    cosmic foo Guest

    "Jedi Fans" <"news[at]jedifans[--=dot==-]com"> wrote in message
    news:42e6792f$...
    > Jedi Fans wrote:
    > > cosmic foo wrote:
    > >> "Jedi Fans" <"news[at]jedifans[--=dot==-]com"> wrote in message
    > >> news:...
    > >>> cosmic foo wrote:
    > >>>
    > >>> <SNIP>
    > >>>
    > >>> as you posted the same question to two different newsgroups where in

    one
    > >>> you may have gotten a reply which solved it and in the other you may

    not
    > >>> have gotten a reply until much later on, but since it was already

    solved
    > >>> it wasted the person's time in the second newsgroup... whereis if you
    > >>> do the alt.html, other.newsgroup thing everybody sees all replies
    > >>
    > >> say please and maybe i might

    > >
    > > what did i say in my first post??

    > moreover its just plain common curtosy


    a wanna-be like yourself should learn to spell first
     
    cosmic foo, Jul 26, 2005
    #15
  16. "Jedi Fans" <"news[at]jedifans[--=dot==-]com"> wrote in message
    news:...
    > cosmic foo wrote:
    >
    > <SNIP>
    > >>>>>> please dont cross post
    > >>>>> ?
    > >>>>>
    > >>>>>
    > >>>>>
    > >>>>>
    > >>>> dont post the same or similar message to multi newsgroups, as it

    wastes
    > >>>> peoples time...
    > >>> why, do you think everyone reads both html groups?
    > >>>
    > >>>
    > >> if ur gonna do it adress both newsgroups at same time, so answers in

    one
    > >> are answered in another... do this by in newsgroup field [or w/e] in

    new
    > >> message "alt.html, other.newsgroup" w/o quotes

    > >
    > > why did you say 'please dont cross post'?

    >
    >
    > as you posted the same question to two different newsgroups where in one
    > you may have gotten a reply which solved it and in the other you may not
    > have gotten a reply until much later on, but since it was already solved
    > it wasted the person's time in the second newsgroup... whereis if you
    > do the alt.html, other.newsgroup thing everybody sees all replies



    But that's exactly what a "cross post" is!. What you mean is (and is good
    advice) "don't multi post".


    --
    Richard
     
    Richard Rundle, Jul 26, 2005
    #16
  17. cosmic foo

    Jedi Fans Guest

    cosmic foo wrote:
    > "Jedi Fans" <"news[at]jedifans[--=dot==-]com"> wrote in message
    > news:42e6792f$...
    >> Jedi Fans wrote:
    >>> cosmic foo wrote:
    >>>> "Jedi Fans" <"news[at]jedifans[--=dot==-]com"> wrote in message
    >>>> news:...
    >>>>> cosmic foo wrote:
    >>>>>
    >>>>> <SNIP>
    >>>>>
    >>>>> as you posted the same question to two different newsgroups where in

    > one
    >>>>> you may have gotten a reply which solved it and in the other you may

    > not
    >>>>> have gotten a reply until much later on, but since it was already

    > solved
    >>>>> it wasted the person's time in the second newsgroup... whereis if you
    >>>>> do the alt.html, other.newsgroup thing everybody sees all replies
    >>>> say please and maybe i might
    >>> what did i say in my first post??

    >> moreover its just plain common curtosy

    >
    > a wanna-be like yourself should learn to spell first
    >
    >

    excuse me? i am not disrespecting anybody by my spelling, whereas you
    are by not following netiquette...
     
    Jedi Fans, Jul 26, 2005
    #17
  18. cosmic foo wrote:

    > "Jedi Fans" <"news[at]jedifans[--=dot==-]com"> wrote in message
    > news:...
    >> cosmic foo wrote:


    >> <SNIP>
    >> >>>>>> please dont cross post
    >> >>>>> ?





    >> >>>> dont post the same or similar message to multi newsgroups, as it

    > wastes
    >> >>>> peoples time...
    >> >>> why, do you think everyone reads both html groups?



    >> >> if ur gonna do it adress both newsgroups at same time, so answers in

    > one
    >> >> are answered in another... do this by in newsgroup field [or w/e] in

    > new
    >> >> message "alt.html, other.newsgroup" w/o quotes


    >> > why did you say 'please dont cross post'?



    >> as you posted the same question to two different newsgroups where in one
    >> you may have gotten a reply which solved it and in the other you may not
    >> have gotten a reply until much later on, but since it was already solved
    >> it wasted the person's time in the second newsgroup... whereis if you
    >> do the alt.html, other.newsgroup thing everybody sees all replies


    > say please and maybe i might


    You misunderstand. Be courteous or be ignored.

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    Blinky the Shark, Jul 27, 2005
    #18
  19. cosmic foo

    dorayme Guest

    > From: Jedi Fans <"news[at]jedifans[--=dot==-]com">
    >
    > cosmic foo wrote:
    >> "Jedi Fans" <"news[at]jedifans[--=dot==-]com"> wrote in message
    >> news:42e64844$...
    >>> cosmic foo wrote:
    >>>> I have a page with about 100 images of about 10k each.

    snip
    >>

    > dont post the same or similar message to multi newsgroups, as it wastes
    > peoples time...


    Jedi, if what you have to advise is not to cross post (fair enough), the
    whole text of the OP is not needed, please edit...

    dorayme
     
    dorayme, Jul 27, 2005
    #19
  20. cosmic foo

    dorayme Guest

    > From: "cosmic foo" <>
    > I have a page with about 100 images of about 10k each...
    > snip
    > Am i missing something here?


    yes, I think so. Probably you are overestimating the need for so many images
    on the same page. Why have to cope with the load and complexity? Design more
    simply, use links and a good navigation system. Use more pages. Give choice.
    You seem to me to be going down a bad road of railroading too much into one
    page...

    dorayme
     
    dorayme, Jul 27, 2005
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