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Re^3: RFC: Browsing PerlMonks on the iPhone

by frozenwithjoy (Priest)
on Jul 11, 2012 at 21:51 UTC ( #981264=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

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I changed the default viewer mode. Click on the link again and let me know if that helps. If not, what do you see?

edit: nm, you can just go to kimmel's github!

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Re^4: RFC: Browsing PerlMonks on the iPhone
by jdporter (Chancellor) on Jul 11, 2012 at 21:56 UTC

    I see nothing! Well, not exactly nothing. The main part of the screen is a light gray, just empty. At the top there is a white (or yellowish) bar, empty. At the bottom is some kind of standard footer with a few links, but I don't see anything helpful there.

    Viewing page source, I still see what looks like code intended to be executed server side. It is inside an element, <script id="minus_template_cache" type="text/x-dot-template">

      That's odd. I've never had any issues with What browser/OS are you using? Approx how many lines are there when you look at source? I get ~3800.

        Firefox 10.0.3 on Windows XP Pro (2002) SP3.

        3717 lines, but I don't think that means much. One line of source code could easily correspond to about 1 line of generated HTML.

        It must be a browser issue. When I open the page in IE, it looks as one would expect. Sorry for the distraction.

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