01-29-2009 06:29 PM - edited 01-29-2009 06:31 PM
I have written my web pages to be fully W3C compliant (XHTML) with valid CSS -- both pass testing using the W3C testers, among others. However, my Blackberry 7520 internet browser shows the CSS code in its browser instead of "consuming" it and rendering the web page properly. If I scroll all the way down I finally get to see my web page and it appears to work properly. I'd like to know for sure why this happens. Sometimes I see this on other websites' pages and it seems to be very random.
Is there a filesize limit to the web browser as applied to the external site CSS file? Or perhaps the browser is not compatible with dotNet 2.0 master pages? Please no guesses unless they are "educated" I really need to find out why it won't work properly. Here is a TEST page that will have no guarantee of staying alive much past the next few days:
Any help would be greatly appreciated!
01-30-2009 01:01 PM
01-30-2009 02:46 PM
I recommend you verify that the CSS you are using is supported in the version of BlackBerry Browser you are using. You can find the version by going to Options, About on the BlackBerry handheld. The following document lists supported CSS elements and the version they are supported in.
CSS for the BlackBerry Browser - Reference Guide