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Thread began 12/03/2009 4:39 pm by rb719c358886 | Last modified 12/07/2009 4:19 pm by Jason Byrnes | 1385 views | 3 replies |

rb719c358886

page bounces/dreamweaver use on 64bit/

I had a web developer create my site (www.besserentertainment.com) and when opened on Firefox the pages jump.....the developer used an older version of site assist professional.....would the new version fix this problem. I now create the sites myself.

How would I convert the older version of Professional pages on my site to the newer version of professional?

Is site assist and dreamweaver cs3 compatable with 64 bit?

Thanks,

Ron

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

Firefox will do that with large layouts especially when there are lots of images, it has to first load the page and all of the images into the browser, then it can apply the style sheet to it.

Because of all of the images that need to be downloaded to the browser for this page, it is taking some time for the page to load in the browser. Only when all of the images are downloaded can the page styles be applied to lay the page out.
The layout you are using was created with SiteAssist version 3, not SiteAssist Pro.

If you where to recreate the site with SiteAssist pro, you would need to start from scratch, you will not be able to import your existing layout into SiteAssist Pro.

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rb719c358886

images and site assist pro

Hi Jason,

Thanks for your reply.

Is there a better way to post images using site assist pro or any other software you suggest?

How difficult is it to go from Site assist 3 to site assist pro? What would I need to do?

Thanks very much,

Ron
www.besserentertainment.com

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

It's not a question of how the images are posted, the issue is the shear number of images you have on the page.


Before the CSS can be applied to the design, all of the media has to be downloaded to the client browser. Only after all of the media is being displayed can the css style be applied. because of the number of images on your page, there is a delay while they are being downloaded before the css can be applied.

To use SiteAssist Pro, the design of the site would need to be re created from scratch.

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