John Stevenson said:They are showing here for me, on the page linked from the home page:
If you're not seeing them, then my guess is that you need to clear your browser cache or force-refresh to get the most recent version of the CSS.
gruppo said:When all the stage result information is up, the headings that are wide, for example - "general classification", spill over onto the first place rider's name and obliterate it or part of it. Using Stage 2 and the same example, the display view is as follows - "General Classification after stage 2cerella (Swi)".
It would be cured if the first place rider were shown on the next line.
gruppo said:I perviously posted the following with no result:
I now find there is a difference in the displayed result between Mozilla Firefox and Internet Exploer 8. The above situation occurs using IE 8, but when I use Mozilla the display is perfect, that is - the title appeares as a tab and the first placed rider's name appears on the next line. This is not the case using IE8. Can you please fix this annoying glitch for IE 8 users?
masterstt said:Beats me how you can see the complete results, tried on multiple machines the last digit of the times is being chopped off! Nothing is cached, especially as the machine has only just been set up and software installed. Even to review posts, the performance is woeful, so you guys have got a problem!
gxbW12 said:Absolutely dismal website design, choc full of ads, and way-low on performance.
gxbW12 said:The live commentary also concatenates the "Final Results" ON EACH PAGE, therefore if you're playing catch-up like I was today, 50K from the finish, the results are already posted before you want to know them...
gxbW12 said:I hope there are some improvements real soon. This website was better in plain usability fashion. I'd like to see a published poll of readers' opinions. Where would I find it....?
ParkLee said:Vaughter's thoughts overlay and wipe out the right side of the stage map and profile.