I apologize in advance if I'm filling this bug incorrectly or to the wrong group.
When I visit the URL above in FF or Safari in tiger the spacing between the products is correct, when I use webkit or my iphone (for what its worth) the spacing on the items listed on that page increase.
Once again, I apologize if this is being filled handled incorrectly; sorry.
Confirmed as a regression with r24241, thank you for reporting this!
One needs to scroll the page down to see the problem.
The site sends different HTML to Safari than it sends to Firefox or curl. For example, curl sees
<tr valign='top' height=85>
where Safari gets
<tr valign='top' height=595>
Haven't checked with old Safari yet.
Regressed in <http://trac.webkit.org/projects/webkit/changeset/14597>, fix for bug 3297. The website seems to employ a Safari-specific workaround for bug 3297. They should probably change the scope of the workaround.
Mitz has discovered that one needs to trash marware.com cookies in addition to spoofing User Agent in order to get a Firefox version of the page, which works correctly. Moving to evangelism.
I just sent an email to firstname.lastname@example.org about the need to remove this workaround on their web site.
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> I just sent an email to email@example.com about the need to remove this
> workaround on their web site.
And a customer support case was immediately created!
Case # SUP107530 Created: Web site contains Safari-specific workaround which needs to be removed
The original URL given is now a 404 redirect to marware.com; the correct URL is http://www.marware.com/PRODUCTS/iPhone-Products .
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> (In reply to comment #5)
> > I just sent an email to firstname.lastname@example.org about the need to remove this
> > workaround on their web site.
> And a customer support case was immediately created!
> Case # SUP107530 Created: Web site contains Safari-specific workaround which
> needs to be removed
I haven't heard anything since this was created, although I haven't tried to follow-up either.
I'll ping the Apple folks with the Marware relationship.
It seems the bug is fixed. No more huge space between products. Any confirmations?
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> It seems the bug is fixed. No more huge space between products. Any
As I said a half year ago the page renders correctly now in the latest Webkit. Closing as fixed.