Generally liking the new site layout. But seeing "unresponsive script" errors when displaying my gallery:
Browser is Firefox 51.0.1 on XUbuntu; I've told it to ignore the error and after a delay the page displays, apparently OK - but slow. 5 seconds or so...
Ok, thank you I will look into this problem tomorrow.
I tried, but I couldn't find any bugs myself.
Great work, Jay, the new layout looks fresh and lets the photos stand out and shine in their own beauty.
A refreshing change, indeed. Keep your eyes open for any bugs.
Looks very clean and fresh
BTW, I noticed today that the headline "Today's likes" is not translated into the different languages.
In German "Likes von heute" would be fine.
The Forum feed
seems to be out of order. It shows no feeds anymore for several days noe (tried with FF browser)
As I mentioned on FB it is really slow but nice to see.
But beeing very slow AND making a lot of traffic on a PC is not good. And we have a really fast connection und we can trace the client utilisation is VERY high because of the bigger pictures I think
We have a slow connection at home, so I have started to use ctrl+- or strg+- to reduce the photo size. This way the gallery pages load much faster. Luckily it is responsive design so we can decrease or increase the size as much as we want.
That's helpful, Michael. I'm sure Jay is looking into the slow loading times, and hopefully this can be overcome. In the meantime I'll try your suggestion.
Trying to put some numbers to what is going on:
refreshing 'http://www.rgbstock.com/recent' in Firefox on XUbuntu 16.04.02 on a 2010 Dell desktop (AMD Phenom II, 6GB RAM), something like 17s, and 100% CPU.
Loading the same page (and all requisite files - ie all the thumbnail images) using 'wget -p -q ...' from the command line (ie no rendering), 11s. This downloads 203 files (9.8MB total). And CPU load stays at essentially zero.
I have a 70Mb/s cable internet connection.
Thank you all for this information. I really need to do something about this.
I try to do a lazy loading of the images. Only load the image when the user has scrolled to the position where the image should be. That is one of the possible problems. Besides of that we need to work more with CDN's (content delivery networks).
We reduced the number of photos per page now and I am working on a better 'lazy' image loading method. Also I need to check if the Photo's are on the CDN's we have.
I seem unable to download any images on the new layout. I used to double click on the photo and it would open up with the download option but tonight I have done this and the site isn't responding. I can try again tomorrow?
Are you definitely logged in? I click once on the large thumbnail and it opens. I know Jay was working on the site. If you try again and it works, let us know, but I'll make sure Jay sees your post.