08-25-2010 07:57 PM
I have a situation where when I click on a thumbnail (of many thumbnails) for a webpage to take me full screen on that webpage, the fullscreen webpages linked to other thumbnails gets "blended into" the correct webpage. It's almost as if other webpages are leaking or something. There are absolutely no HTML/CSS issues here - I've quadruple-checked.
The individual webpages work and show perfectly in all popular laptop web browsers and in eclipse, but not in the simulator.
What is going on here? Is there an error in the simulator? This issue is vital for displaying content correctly - I've been bogged down for two weeks on this.
Either there's a fix I'm not aware of or Blackberry 9530 simulator has a HUGE bug. If there's a fix, please help me out (highly appreciated); if it's a bug, please get this resolved.
08-26-2010 09:14 AM
When you mention "clicking on a thumbnail" of a web page.... where are the thumbnails that you are clicking? Are the thumbnails part of a web page you have created?
08-26-2010 09:59 AM
No, the thumbnails are within a GUI I created for an app I'm almost done with. They're simply images that link to a fullscreen view of a what's supposed to be the corresponding webpage.
Instead, various parts of different webpages of different thumbnails are leaking in, but this ONLY happens on the simulator; all browsers and eclipse are fine.
08-29-2010 02:18 PM
Here's a sample of what's happening to me now. Despite clean CSS code and HTML code, the images and div tags overlap in the simulator.
However, this doesn't happen in Eclipse or in any browser that renders the webpage(s).
What's going on here?
08-30-2010 08:43 AM
I would say that there is either a quirk in the CSS rendering on BlackBerry or that there is something to do with the layout based on the size of the screen/page
If you shrink your desktop browser page width down to the same width as the BlackBerry screen resolution, does it also give this overlap effect?
08-30-2010 10:21 AM
No, the css stays consistent despite page changes.
I always put my pages in holders and the layout consistent with the holder dimensions. Thus, the page size and layout should always stay the same.
W3C's CSS and HTML validators accepted the code as fine, so there's nothing wrong with the code.
The BrowserField is the at the most up-to-date version.
08-30-2010 11:04 AM
I would say that there is likely a bug with the CSS layout on the Blackberry.