I’m not sure I’ve got the answer to this one. When I use the site on my iPod Touch I don’t have the resizing issues. I tried downloading Chrome to see if it was a browser issue and it seems to be okay too. I’m curious, what phones/devices are you guys using?
I think @daath would probably be more qualified to answer this question. I’m genuinely not sure. The only thing I can think is it is something to do with how the OS senses or handles the transition of a website to a ‘mobile’ version of the site.
Ok, I think the problem for me was running it through roboform browser. I’m using just the straight chrome now, and everything seems to be working soo much better!!! Jeez, I did play with some settings in the chrome also, and I think this is much better…
Yeah, I got it, there’s options in the settings of the browser…one was forcing the browser not to zoom, and I also adjusted the accessibility page, to have the text a little smaller this is so much better now oh and I turned off request desktop page too
Same issue here on Android (Galaxy s3) using latest version of Firefox.
It really seems more like an issue with the implementation of scripts (Java?) and how they interact with with the browser. Most of the time things go well enough that I just deal with it (kinda like @VapeyMama said) but when it starts to run amuck, it’s like there IS NO catching up. I’ve had it lock the browser response time (in something as simple as “clicking a like” icon) for as long as 20s. If you’re not aware it’s happening (when it first starts) the effect is cumulative. IE: you click ‘like’ but nothing happens, you wait 3-5s thinking ok, that press didn’t register, so you hit it again, wait 3-5s more… Still nothing. So you hit it one last time, wait… Only to find that now that is all starting to catch up, and without touching anything in the meantime, you finally see the screen cycle through like-enabled, like-disabled, like-enabled all the while going Oh Great, I hope this person doesn’t think I’m nuts (assuming the system is sending repeated notifications for the like/unlike process. ><
Glad someone brought the topic up, as it’s nice to know I’m not alone! lol
Well I know Oracle has the predominate market share (which is sad considering the amount of security holes, bugs and glitches), but not keeping up to date on my html chops (last time was what? 2004) I was leaving the door open to the possibility that some other form of scripting language was possibly being used