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rkunke

Dear Pagelines,

 

I have a Feature banner with several features on the home page -

 

When the website is loaded for the first time, all the features show under one another during the loading time... after which it settles down to normal. 

 

Could you please help?

 

thanks,

 

radha kunke

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batman

Hi radha

I have the same problem, but in my case I have a shared host (Goddady) and I don´t use any cache plugin,  the problem disappears when the browser cache saw the page.

Also POSIX functions can not be used on the host shared Godaddy (they informed me)  :( It s not a Pagelines´s problem for me.


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rkunke

we are not hosted on Godaddy. I also don't use a cache plugin.

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rkunke

helllo...? Please someone respond? :(

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Simon

helllo...? Please someone respond? :(

Please be patient it is the weekend and 4am in the US.

 

You could start by providing a URL where you are experiencing this, might save a bit of time.

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rkunke

oops! Sorry. And thanks for responding on a weekend and so early!

 

the URL - test.wotr.org

 

radha

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Rob

Hi Radha,

 

Try adding this code to your site via Dashboard > PageLines > Site Options > Custom Code anywhere under body {} on its own line:

#page #feature-area {
overflow: hidden;
}

That may work to help resolve the issue. But let's look at causes and more permanent solutions.

 

There are several possible causes:

1.  Your images are larger than the desired space and your browser takes a long time to scale them if using aspect ratio as the setting.  Cure:  Resize your images in a graphics editor to a standard size and use Static Height.

 

2.  There is a plugin conflict, affecting the slider (usually related to jQuery or javascript).  Cure:  Disable plugins from sources other than PageLines and see if the problem resolves.

 

3.  Your host provides insufficient memory for PHP processing, resulting in lag time for your page to load.  Cure:  demand your host provide a minimum of 32Mb RAM for PHP processing, though I recommend at least 64Mb.

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rkunke

thanks! that worked.

 

will try and implement the long-term solution you have suggested too.

 

radha

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Rob

Great!


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