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Re^4: RFC: Browsing PerlMonks on the iPhone

by jdporter (Chancellor)
on Jul 11, 2012 at 21:56 UTC ( #981265=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Re^3: RFC: Browsing PerlMonks on the iPhone
in thread RFC: Browsing PerlMonks on the iPhone

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">

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Re^5: RFC: Browsing PerlMonks on the iPhone
by frozenwithjoy (Priest) on Jul 11, 2012 at 22:04 UTC
    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.

        No worries. It is good to know. But it is always disheartening when moving from FF to IE solves the problem. :P (FWIW, it works fine on FF, Chrome, Safari on OS X.) Maybe the main problem is that the current version of FF is 13.0.1?

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