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  • Hi all,

    Just wondering if anyone can recommend a solution to the ‘jerky’ page load I have whilst using a background image resize script ‘jquery.ez-bg-resize.js’ on this site:

    Apart from the jquery.ez-bg-resize.js it also call the lib.js file, which is:

    $(document).ready(function() {

    It happens every time you visit any of the pages – which I’d like to stop.

    Regards, pixel8

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  • If no-one has a solution, can anyone then suggest a better ‘script’ for resizing a background image whenever the user scales their browser window, and keep it in proportion?


    I know this is 3 months old, but I recently implemented this script on a site for a client and found with WP-Supercache as well as loading the div into the footer it seems to fix SOME of the jerky behavior. Still not a 100% fix but it might help.

    Thanks for the reply Shelby.
    I ended up using just css to create the effect. Doesn’t work in IE6, but then my target audience aren’t corporates or old fudies that can’t be bothered upgrading a 9 year old browser 🙂

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