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Do browsers download all css images?
Even if they aren't called for on some pages?
Jeremy_H




msg:1202749
 6:12 am on Nov 26, 2005 (gmt 0)

I have one css file that all my pages use.

On my index page I have a special div that loads a large image in the background. (about 28k) These background image instructions are in the css file.

On the rest of my pages, I do not have this special div, so the large background image should not load.

However, when I was visiting Website Optimization, I noticed for one of the pages that did not have the special div, the image was shown as having been downloaded.

Does CSS really do this, or is this just a flaw in the Website Optimization site?

 

drhowarddrfine




msg:1202750
 5:33 pm on Nov 26, 2005 (gmt 0)

It should not. Perhaps you saw it in the cache? Clear the cache and see if it's still there.

Jeremy_H




msg:1202751
 10:10 pm on Dec 8, 2005 (gmt 0)

Iím thinking it might have been a bug in the checking site.

I just wasnít positive though.

Thanks

Xuefer




msg:1202752
 2:08 am on Dec 10, 2005 (gmt 0)

if it's not your site, it should be some image preloading by javascript. as :hover {background:url(img)) is not preloaded in css

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