strange rendering behaviour with vivaldi-stable 1.12.955.36



  • While working with a website (xhtml) I changed the id of an element which caused vivaldi to completly mess up the formatting of the site. I first fumbled around for on hour because I thoughed I made a mistake. Then I tried other browsers (chromium, old Opera classic, seamokey and vivaldy snapshot v1.13.966.3 ). All four displayed the the website correctly!

    I don't know whether or not this report is of interest for you as obviously the problem is gone with newest vivaldi snapshot. On the other hand I wonder how changeing the id of an html element can cause such behaviour (I refreshed vivaldi many times and I closed vivaldi several times with no avail). And as vivaldi stable is my default browser, I'd really liked it to not haveing rendering issues as the one described while I edit a website.

    All I did was changeing id="graphiken" to id="koop" in the html file and adapting the respective section in the *.css file. As all other browsers then showed the expected result I think this proves I did right all the changes. Is there any wired cache behaviour implemented in vivaldi?



  • @michaa7 said in strange rendering behaviour with vivaldi-stable 1.12.955.36:

    While working with a website (xhtml) I changed
    (…)

    Depends all on your valid CSS and XHTML what the browsers displays. And do not forget CSS precedence (Specificity, Inheritance, Cascade).

    All I did was changeing (…)

    And where did you change it? Developer Tools? Local file? Server hosted file?

    I don't know whether or not this report is of interest for you as obviously the problem is gone with newest vivaldi snapshot.

    We are always interested.

    Is there any wired cache behaviour implemented in vivaldi?

    No. Vivialdi uses the Chromium caching system.

    I hope you cleared the cache before you tested locally.



  • @gwen-dragon said in strange rendering behaviour with vivaldi-stable 1.12.955.36:

    @michaa7 said in strange rendering behaviour with vivaldi-stable 1.12.955.36:

    While working with a website (xhtml) I changed
    (…)

    Depends all on your valid CSS and XHTML what the browsers displays. And do not forget CSS precedence (Specificity, Inheritance, Cascade).

    +All other browsers including vivaldi-snapshot+ showed the correct result!!

    All I did was changeing (…)

    And where did you change it? Developer Tools? Local file? Server hosted file?

    local file served by local apache2 . So all browser get it the same way.

    I don't know whether or not this report is of interest for you as obviously the problem is gone with newest vivaldi snapshot.

    We are always interested.

    Is there any wired cache behaviour implemented in vivaldi?

    No. Vivialdi uses the Chromium caching system.

    I hope you cleared the cache before you tested locally.

    Where???? I was searching for it as there allways was a inconvenient need to search for it with each browser I ever used. This is one of the most (censored) decissions to +hide+ the empty cache button somewhere +deep+ inside the settings.

    So the answer is, no, I did not. But yes, please tell my where the vivaldi developpers hid it. I could not find it.

    And, please, put the "empty cache" button into the Edit/Bearbeiten menue or somwhere in the context menue. If you need it, you need it in a handy manner.



  • I can't tell you what you are doing wrong.
    If you need to disable cache for testing please use the Developer Tools (F12) and disable Cache in its Network tab.

    I never had cache issues with my webservers and Vivaldi.


    Ctrl+Shift+Del Clear Browser Data has a checkbox for deleting Cache only.
    And Ctrl+Shift+R reloads the complete website.



  • I didn't know that (german) "'Cache leeren" could be found under "Browserdaten löschen", now I know. And the rendering issue is gone after emptying the cache ;-) .

    Strange though that closeing vivaldi and/or repeatedly refreshing the site didn't force vivaldi to reload and rerender the content.

    Thanks.



  • @michaa7 said in strange rendering behaviour with vivaldi-stable 1.12.955.36:

    I didn't know that (german)

    Du bist nicht gezwungen hier zu fragen, es gibt doch auch ein deutsche Vivaldi-Unterforum in der du nachfragen kannst. ;)


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