When i was building my site, deleteproductions.nl, everything seemed to go smoothly. The site seems good on safari (desktop, mac) but when I looked at the page on my iphone and ipad the picture were replaced by the blue box with question mark (eror or something). But when i tried to uplaod anothere picture it was shown as on desktop, bottom of page, but that is only one picture, and i want many more.
What am I doing wrong? I tried something with the css rules (doesn't matter) rename and checking if the pictures are the same (all png and rgb based) so I really don't know what to do.
Thanks a lot in advance,
Fabian de Leede
At this moment i cannot find any other document with spaces in it's name. The site is just refreshed but there is still no progress.
Currently on the site there are 2 pictures (both logo's), one with name and one without.
the one with is named: logo.png and is show in all browsers at the bottom of the page
the one without is named: logo_notel.png and is not shown in mobile safari (ios)
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But the strange thing is that it happens on both my iphone, my fathers iphone and my ipad. To me it seems unlikely to be an memory problem within the device.
i updated the site. at hte bottom there is now a "picture test div" wich has all my pictures i want to upload. 2 of them workand 4 do not. see caption which works an do not on ios.
It could also be the actual pixel width causing issues. Try reducing the size of one of the 5600px wide images to 1000 and see what happens. I seem to remember somebody saying the iPhone can have problems with very large PNG images.
OK - on my iPad, in portrait mode, I do not see the colored areas beneath your menu, although I do see their content. In landscape I do see the colored areas. Then I see the original logo in both portrait and landscape, I miss the next two images, then I see the next, larger image, and finally I miss the last two.
Is there a CMYK issue with PNG images? Anyhow, under any circumstances, you should reduce the physical dimensions of ALL those images (and hence their weight). They are much too large.