Problem with lazy loading in Safari using the TechNews v.220.127.116.11 template
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- November 26, 2019 at 6:00 pm#856lma
I tested the Technews template under Chrome, Firefox and Safari. It works fine on Chrome and Firefox but I experienced a problem with lazy loading on Safari (Mac).
It looks like if a script was constantly running as the computer heats up when displaying a TechNews web page on safari. I disabled the lazy loading and the energy consumed by the page decreased to a standard value.
It might come from Safari though, as I know there are incompatibilities with some LL scripts.
I do not have the problem with other templates.
I am using Safari 13.0.3 under macOS Catalina version 10.15.1.
RegardsNovember 27, 2019 at 2:45 pm#861BobSupport
I’ve tested it on Safari 12.0.3 and I didn’t notice any symptoms you write about.
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thanks for your comments.
I am running the template on a dedicated remote server. I only have a couple of test blog items created. One of them has several images.
I drilled down a bit to understand what happened. Not sure it’s the lazy loading per say. It might be a problem with the continuous scroll too.
Below are the energy consumption diagrams on my MacBook Air.
1 and 2 show the energy consumed when displaying the page in safari. “On” means that the Publii tab is selected (when the tab is not selected I select another one displaying a standard web page). These two diagrams are to compare with 4 (Firefox). Note that 2 is consuming twice as much as 1 (the lazy loading makes the difference) and that the level of energy represents a very loaded cpu.
Fig 3 shows a sequence where I refreshed the page without placing the cursor on the page and then moved the cursor in a scroll zone on the page. This triggered the energy consumption which did not disappear at the second display, even without the cursor in the zone.
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