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Re: Web site rendering - images need width+height
On Sun, Nov 3, 2013 at 12:56 PM, Lars Noodén <lars.nooden@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> I just checked the Lubuntu.net web site over a slow connection and it
> could use some minor tweaking to improve how it renders. Specifically
> all the image elements (IMG) that it loads ought to have valid width and
> height attributes set in order to make the page load smoothly.
> Without width and height, the page gets re-rendered each time an image
> or icon completes loading. Because the pages have a lot of icons, this
> means that they spend a lot of time jumping around again and again until
> they settle into the final layout. On a slow connection this can be a
> disturbingly long time and it's not possible to read the page until it
> is finished. Adding valid width and height attributes would fix that.
> Even for those with fast connections, having valid width and height
> attributes for all image (IMG) elements would make the page appear to
> load faster.
> Should this get a bug report or is it enough to write here?
Long time, no see :)
There was a very recent discussion about some important issue on the
The issue you brought could be less important from the current mistakes on
the website but definitely what you are talking about is yet another issue
that raise a big Q mark.
You need to know that Lubuntu Team has no control over its own website. Why
I fail to understand the logic behind this, this is a reality that I had to
live with for 2 years now.
I am not aware of any package on Launchpad that is related to the website.
Xubuntu Team for example has one: https://bugs.launchpad.net/xubuntu-website
I am not sure if we do have that?
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