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Where on earth did you read that? Can you provide a link?if I remove the data-role="page" from the div and just leave it as it is (as listed in the docs it's not mandatory
jQuery Mobile is not compatible with jQuery UI. Compatability with jQuery UI was not a design goal for jQuery Mobile, and they clearly achieved this non-design goal. ;) For one, their CSS conflicts.jQuery UI is also included
You mean somebody actually uses the Chrome browser on iPhone? Really?But on iOs on iphone 4 via Chrome browser it just doesn't work
You mean somebody actually uses the Chrome browser on iPhone? ReallyYes, lots of people. Including myself. I like the poster have an issue that only appears in google chrome for iOS.
Do you only have one page?The page wrapper that used to be required for auto-initialization to work is now optional for single page documents, so there isn't any required markup at all
jQuery-UI was developed long before jQuery Mobile. So, one would look to jQuery Mobile documentation to see if it is compatible. Do you find any such statement?
About jQuery-ui, it doesn't say anywhere clearly that it's not compatible
it doesn't say it's not compatible but it can be assumed as it doesn't state that
it's not saying "one page only" website, it's saying:Do you only have one page?
and I'm not using any caching, so my documents should stay single-paged, don't they?single page documents
No. That's not the way it works at all.As I got it, each time a page is loaded via ajax, it's changing only the data-role="content" div, no?
Although I totally agree with you about the necessity to use or support Chrome on iOS,...That is why I asked you if anybody actually uses Chrome on iOS. I think it is a non-issue, because such a small number of users will use something other than Mobile Safari on iPhone.