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Hi. I have purchased, but it seems to close the browser down when viewing on a tablet/ipad. have tried both android and IOS. See http://ciuk.eu/ci/ Any Idea?

Thanks

elemis

Hi,

Just checked your page with both iPad and iPhone but couldn’t reproduce the issue. Are you having this problem on our demo? We see that you have some unclosed elements. Fixing those might help: http://validator.w3.org/check?uri=http%3A%2F%2Fciuk.eu%2Fci%2F&charset=%28detect+automatically%29&doctype=Inline&group=0

Hey,

awesome theme, I tend to stun everyone with how my website looks! I only have one question: is it possible to tweak something so that it loads faster? Even on a faster Wi-Fi connection, bigger galleries (like this one: http://feherbalazs.com/holi.html) can take some time to load, which makes the experience somewhat less stunning.

elemis

Hi,

You need to add the default version of images in src attribute of img tag and the high quality versions in data-at2x attribute as seen in the logo example:

<img src="style/images/logo.png" data-at2x="style/images/logo@2x.png" alt="" />

That way only the visitors with retina displays will see the retina versions.

Default-user

Many thanks, can I ask you to try my results quick on: http://feherbalazs.com/microsoft.html

Like you said, my computer wouldn’t display the regular images.

elemis

Yes we see the non-retina versions now.

Why do the sliders take so long to load? I am on a fast broadband connection and yet still seeing spinners. Ive seen comments on loading images but I have kept the file sizes down to about 100k which should not be a problem.

http://thesignlab.ie/demo http://www.thesignlab.ie/demo/promo.html only the contact page loads quickly http://www.thesignlab.ie/demo/contact.html
elemis

Loading speed depends on the page content, internet and hosting speed. When we checked your website all pages loaded fast. When you check the demo do you experience any slow loading?

You can try disabling the preload in the template, so you can see the content immediately without having to wait for all content to load to see the page. You will just need to remove the following code from all html pages:

<div id="preloader"><div id="status"><div class="spinner" /></div></div>

How do I remove the sticky menu?

elemis

Hi,

Please open style/js/scripts.js and remove the “STICKY NAVIGATION” script which should be at the top, until line 21 (so you should leave the offset script starting on line 21).

Removing it will prevent the menu from being smaller and fixed at the top after scroll.

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