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Windows 7: Screen jumps to beginning on newpages

23 Sep 2015   #11

Win-7-Pro64bit 7-H-Prem-64bit

I couldn't get us today to act funny although the site in general is pretty fun design wise :)

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23 Sep 2015   #12

W7 Ultimate SP1, LM18.3 MATE, W10 Home, #All 64 bit

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Funkyecat View Post
I have been reading these newspapers for years and never had a problem. The entire page is there so what you propose is incorrect.
How do you know the entire page has loaded correctly, when you have stated that you are scrolling the page?

Many sites behave like this (it takes stupid amounts of time for the pages to actually finish loading).
Yahoo is one.

There is some other site that Yahoo reposts stories from and it reloads every 30 seconds!
It you can't read the entire article in <30 seconds you are screwed.

Sites regularly modify the scripts on their pages.
For example, they constantly try to bypass script and ad blockers.

One technique they use is to constantly add more scripts, that serve no function other than calling even more scripts (like certain keys in the Registry).
It's ridiculous how many sites I see that have >100 scripts that all need to be running for the site to work properly.

For example, a couple of months ago TechRepublic changed some script and now when I go there my entire browser locks up (randomly) and I receive a message about scripts not responding.
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24 Sep 2015   #13

Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit
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I am familiar with this. But it only occurs on any newspaper sites. I have received this info before. It also occurs many times on USAToday. Unfortunately, that is not the problem.

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