Jumping header element at first load

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12-07-2021 02:32 AM
milansulc
New Contributor

Hi folks!

 

We're hitting this kind of issue you can see on the video.

There is a header with a headline and if you are using Firefox (sometime in other browsers too) you can see there is no space at the first load. The space is showed after refresh.

 

Underlying page: https://www.datakhk.cz

 

From my point of view there is a bug in calculation of page-index element.

 

Data_KHK.png

 

This is correct behaviour.

Data_KHK-2.png

 

Thank you for your help.

Felix

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ABishop
Regular Contributor III

Can you edit the header in HTML?

Amanda Bishop, GISP
KlaraSchmitt
Esri Contributor

Hello @milansulc,

After digging into this, we believe there is some element on your site that is causing a delay in page loading and that delay then affects the page-index padding as a result of a calculation we do to compensate for header height. This is a bug and I will open an issue to get it addressed with the team. I will let you know when it's been resolved. Apologies for the inconvenience you are experiencing.

Tomas_Merta
New Contributor

Hi Klara,

do you have any news from your team about this issue? Thank you in advance for your reply.

Best regards

Tomas Merta, Data KHK

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KlaraSchmitt
Esri Contributor

We'll be targeting a fix in our next development cycle, which begins middle of this week.

BlackHat13
New Contributor

@milansulc wrote:

Hi folks!

 

We're hitting this kind of issue you can see on the video.

There is a header with a headline and if you are using Firefox (sometime in other browsers too) you can see there is no space at the first load. The space is showed after refresh.

 

Underlying page: https://www.datakhk.cz

 

From my point of view there is a bug in calculation of page-index element.

 

Data_KHK.png

 

This is correct behaviour.

Data_KHK-2.png

 

Thank you for your help.

Felix



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