I hit up ircimages.com tonight for the first time in the latest webkit build, just to see how well it ran (it's kinda sluggish in FF). I noticed immediately that only the first image would display the comments field. I checked in both FF and the latest release of Safari and this problem does not occur in them, just in the webkit nightly.
A bit of warning to testers, ircimages is not work safe.
Works with shipping Safari 2.0.4 (419.3) on Mac OS X 10.4.8 (8L127). Does not work with a local debug build of WebKit r19554 with the same software.
The comments that aren't showing up are <iframe> elements.
This site loads its content in a quite interesting way:
1) HTML markup is retrieved via XMLHttpRequest;
2) then it is assigned via innerHTML to a temporary display:none div;
3) the div's innerHTML is taken back;
4) the div is cleared;
5) the content is finally written in place - again, via innerHTML.
This is repeated for several parts of the page, but the main part (with images and comment subframes) is all loaded in a single request. So subframe loading is initiated in step 2, to be immediately canceled in step 4. This confuses WebKit page loading machinery.
this.getBrowserHTML = function (html)
tmpXajax = this.$(this.workId);
tmpXajax = document.createElement("div");
tmpXajax.style.display = "none";
tmpXajax.style.visibility = "hidden";
tmpXajax.innerHTML = html;
var browserHTML = tmpXajax.innerHTML;
tmpXajax.innerHTML = "";
Committed revision 24396.