Jerky scrolling

  Graham ® 09:16 10 Oct 2005

I have smooth scrolling enabled on my XP, but pictures on this part of my site cause 'jerky' scrolling click here

Is the resolution too high that is causing this, please?

  Forum Editor 15:01 10 Oct 2005

by the images - your CPU is having a hard time handling all that data as the images move up and down the screen.

  Graham ® 16:13 10 Oct 2005

Should I break the pictures apart by putting text between them, instead of alongside?

  Graham ® 16:15 10 Oct 2005

Anything I can do about the heading - 'Blank Microsoft Internet Explorer'?

  Graham ® 16:20 10 Oct 2005

Interesting - if I use Opera, the scrolling is fine.

  Forum Editor 16:38 10 Oct 2005

for me in both IE and FireFox - there's no problem with scrolling - but I am using a fairly high-spec machine, so I wouldn't expect to see problems.

You can reduce the image file sizes (and their physical size) if the jerkiness is a real proble - both those adjustments will help.

You can cure the 'blank' in IE by giving the page a title in your design software.

  Graham ® 16:42 10 Oct 2005

Thanks, I've just updated Opera, it is flying compared to IE on my machine!

  Graham ® 16:49 10 Oct 2005

And I've given the page a title! Easy when you know how!

  Graham ® 19:15 10 Oct 2005

Any more feedback on scrolling using different browsers, please?

  PurplePenny 23:13 10 Oct 2005

Graham, did you give up on Nvu?

  Graham ® 09:13 11 Oct 2005

It's Publisher.

PurplePenny, I forgot about Nvu! I'll backtrack and have another look at it.

I keep dipping in and out of website building. I got Publisher cheap, and find it easy to work with. Didn't realise it was not good at the job as regards the code.

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