:) I know many are WYSIWYG averse, but unfortunately I have to make
this product WYSIWYG friendly.
I have tried what you recommended already and had already identified
modules.css as the problem. I've gone line by line but am stuck trying
to understand how/why CS3 is interpreting this perfectly valid CSS so
slowly. I've stripped out all the orphans, removed the comments, kept
the bare minimum...but nothing works. Which leads me to think its the
combination of classes or the width auto on the modules...but I dont
know of any other way of re-writing these other than how they are
On Wed, Apr 9, 2008 at 3:29 PM, css-d [EMAIL-REMOVED]> wrote:
> Craig Givens wrote:
> I'm in need of an expert Dreamweaver CS3 engineer or guru to take a
> look at why my CSS layout is experiencing such a horrendous 1-2 minute
> delay/refresh time in the WYSIWYG. A sample page and its css files can
> be downloaded here:
> I am answering 'off-list', as I am sure somebody will make the comment
> 'dont use wysiwyg'.
> after waiting 2-3 mins for design load, I commented out the import for the
> css styles, and it loaded immediately, so I would suggest commenting out the
> seperate import statements in basehome.css, and then re-intoducing them till
> the offfending stylesheet is identified.
> then try stripping down sections, it could be a large css sheet
> (modules.css), but may be another.
> hope this is of help.
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