08-21-2009 07:25 PM
08-21-2009 08:42 PM
try the following:
1. add a useragent in your httpconnection.
2. utilize the rendering options so that it will not load the images automatically.
RenderingOptions.SHOW_IMAGE_PLACEHOLDERS OR RenderingOptions.SHOW_IMAGE_IN_HTML
3. and if you are trying to display your own webpage, try browsing this section:
08-21-2009 08:50 PM
I do use user-agent. I also want the images loaded, I just want them loaded after showing the initial "image-less" page, just like regular browsers do. I did notice that it's not how BB browser actually seems to work, but we want to be better than that
How can I trigger image loading after disabling it with rendering options? Is there a way to trigger it image by image?
I feel the issue is that the browser control is unable to adjust layout correctly after the inital layout, once the images are available to render.
Thanks for the link. We do have the HTML content we're sending to the device nailed. It's well formed HTML for sure.
08-21-2009 09:30 PM
you're wlecome . i think if you have image place holders there, a menu item will appear if it's in focus, there should be a "Get Image".
then it is best to provide the user an options screen where they can enable/disable the images just like in the RIM Browser.