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Posted on 2015-01-29
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Hi,

I've just a built a very small presentation site, but for some reason when i load the site on a mobile, the images don't display.

http://intro.bbireland.ie

Can anyone see any obvious reasons why they are not displaying?

Thanks in advance for your help
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by:COBOLdinosaur
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With all the svg, there has to be some concern about mobile.  IE on mobile has scalling issues even with the most current version.  Most current versions of mobile browsers appear to support svg but the support is quite recent for some of them. So it make come down to what you are using to test with.  Unless you have the latest version of the device/os/browser you could have a problem as will some users on older devices.

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by:oo7ml
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Thanks Cd, however the images that are not displaying are .png

Only the arrows are SVG.
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When I see that many scripts, and that many stylesheets combine with load time scripting, and all kinds of elements with multiple classes (as many as 7) applied; I already know I don't want to go into the code to try and do diagnoistics because it is a maintenance nightmare.

Your best hope is to strip it down to the bare essentials to see if it is a basic design flaw in which case all you will need to do is inspect the images.  However if the images are okay in the stripped down version, then you need to add in one script at a time to see which one is braking it and then make whatever changes are necessary to the script.

It could be a lot of work, but the page is not a very good design for accessibility, usability or SEO and trying to fix problems in something like that is almost always going to involve some trial and error.

One thing you can try to save yoursel from all the detailed work is to add the -webkit- prefix to the animation stuff if you are using chrome or safari because most mobile does not support animation without the hyphen hacks.

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Cool, thanks Cd
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