[Proteopedia] limit on number of applets per page and separate pages
eran.hodis at weizmann.ac.il
Sat Jul 25 14:08:39 EDT 2009
Yes, the more applets are on a page, the longer it takes to load and the slower it feels to navigate the page. Each Jmol applet is loaded onto the reader's computer's memory, so it largely depends on the capabilities of the reader's computer.
I can't say I've tested the limits, but less is better for speed.
As for the Workbench question, I don't think you need to worry about anything, but I'll defer to Jaim, who has been developing a feature to let you publish your Workbench page in the click of a button.
>From ramiro <ramiro.barrantes at uvm.edu>
Sent Sat 7/25/2009 8:31 PM
To proteopedialist-for-users at bioinformatics.org
Subject [Proteopedia] limit on number of applets per page and separate pages
I am making a page, so far I have more than 12 applets in it, and I
notice that it is getting slow to load and sometimes it breaks. Would
it make sense to keep the number of applets per page below a certain
number? Could having a lot of applets cause the webpage to take a lot
of time loading?
I am going to break the page into subpages anyway, and I am working on
the Workbench subarea. So I might need to make that public sometime and
wanted to check-in to see if I will need to take any precautions on
naming or use.
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