Am using JQ 1.8 and latest JQM and am encountering an issue with the popup functionality, whereby the popup content is being displayed in the page content area and when the button is clicked to display the popup, some text comes through from items displayed beneath it.
I have checked and double checked that the popup is located within the calling page and all is how it explains in the docs, so I am completely stumped and wondered if anyone has come across anything similar before.
I have a multi page template that has a number of pages within it which all work fine and as expected, but these inner pages have images that I dont want to be downloaded/cached unless the inner page is actually viewed, thus cutting down on data transfer and only using the bandwidth for the images if they are actually going to be seen.
Is there some method, call or function that can effect the image only being requested from the src location if the a specific inner page is requested/shown?
Loving JQuery Mobile - just getting my teeth into it and have hit upon a strange issue with my navbar.
I have created the navbar across all pages using the exact same code and markers, so IDs are all the same across all pages and it is fixed for its position, so in theory it should stay on the bottom of the viewing area, but for some reason when you click on a link in the nav bar or click an internal page link, the entire bar including bar background jumps to the right by approx 5 pixels or so revealing the lighter backgrounds, then loads the next page, which is alreay off set to the right which then jumps back to the left. This also happens when using the back button in the top right hand corner.
Its as if a horizontal scroll bar is coming into effect pushing the content to the right, which I have managed to see in Desktop Safari as being the case, but I noticed this on my iPhone when testing how it looked and played and also happens on iPad 1 as well.
I am using the latest build 1.0.1 if that makes any difference.