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Pages slow to load

Thread began 3/30/2012 1:02 am by scott70h437388 | Last modified 4/03/2012 6:36 pm by Jason Byrnes | 896 views | 4 replies |

scott70h437388

Pages slow to load

My power gallery pages are loading really slow. Anyone else having this? Any suggestions?

Thanks

Scott

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

The first time you load a gallery it will load slowly while it creates the resized images, once the resized images for the gallery are created though, the next time the gallery page loads, it should load a lot faster, this may be what you are running into.

Can you send a link where i can see the problem to investigate if there may be something else causing the gallery to load slowly.

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scott70h437388

Thanks for the reply.

Unfortunately, it doesnt do too much good if a viewer has to wait until the second time they view a gallery for it to load quickly. There are other galleries to go and they wont have the patience. I felt like this trying to load my own galleries.

I was thinking about making your slideshow the first page of my site, but I think I will have to rethink that.

I like the interface you have made here, but they load really slow the first time around.

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scott70h437388

you can check these links

index.php?gallery=4&theme=dark

index.php?gallery=6&theme=dark background

I actually had to cut out loads of the photos to make them load quicker.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

this is the nature of working with images, the browser needs to download each of the thumbnails and each of the large images before it can display your gallery, each of your galleries looks to have more than 30 image.

The speed of loading the gallery is going to be limited by how quickly the server can deliver the images to the client, and how quickly the client t can download them.

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