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Hi! When I use your mobilizer feature for hh.ru RSS feed I get sometimes a part of wrong page code (with error) instead of mobilized content I need. How to reproduce: My feed code: https://hh.ru/search/vacancy/rss?salary=300000&items_on_page=100&order_by=publication_time&specialization=9.289&specialization=9.94&specialization=9.95&specialization=9.78&specialization=9.168&specialization=9.145&specialization=9.562&specialization=9.105&specialization=9.345&specialization=9.448&specialization=9.226&specialization=9.307&specialization=9.22&specialization=9.115&specialization=9.67&specialization=9.139&specialization=9.238&specialization=9.452&specialization=16.194&area=1 Post with problem Wrong code from line 277 in Chrome incognito tab (error): Correct content that actually must be fetched from line 288 (vacancy description): For example, this is correctly mobilized page. Here is an answer from hh.ru support (in russian, this is not their problem). Thanks.
Hello, I use the web view (the globe button next to the mobilizer) a lot and I wonder if it's possible to make sure that it opens in a longer frame, or even in no frame at all and directly where the articles are located (in other words I would love to have the same kind of view as the mobilizer view, but with the original site formatting if possible). But maybe removing the frame isn't possible I think, if there is a need of a place to contain the original website, so a good solution would be to make a frame that expands dynamically to fit the size of the original website? (the same way the mobilizer view does) Sorry, I don't know if I'm clear, I'm French , I just think that that frame is too small to allow a comfortable read and would love a way to expand it. Thank you very much, love your app!
Hello, Since I read a lot I was a very active user of Feedly, but I was using it with many extensions and scripts to enhance the app, without knowing that nearly all the features I needed... were built in your app! Having a full article view seems simple but Feedly doesn't even have that and visiting all websites is very annoying when you have such a centralized place as a RSS reader. So I use your full article view, which is excellent, in combination with the "web view" (sorry, my interface is in french, so I don't know how we call it in English, it's the globe button prior to the mobilizer view, which permits to display the original website directly in inoreader). I love it and it works great but not with all websites (I use it on Firefox) : - sometimes it only returns a blank space. - sometimes it loads for a long time and Firefox eventually displays "time delay exceeded" (in French, maybe it's not the same error message in English) - sometimes Firefox stops the loading because the original source isn't https (which is normal for security reasons, but is it possible to force https?) - sometimes it simply doesn't fetch the source ,but the mobilizer ALWAYS work, I love it, but I like to be able to see the original formatting of the page for esthetic and accessibility reasons (and because sometimes the mobilizer doesn't display pictures or embedded content, which I think is normal?). Are those limitations of the web app, normal? I initially thought that the websites I was trying to read had a way to prevent inoreader from displaying them, however in the Palabre app for inoreader, the web view works for all websites I tested. Thank you very much for your app! And sorry for my English, which is sometimes weird Edit: I think I fixed by downloading that addon (for firefox) : https://addons.mozilla.org/fr/firefox/addon/ignore-x-frame-options/?src=search I haven't tested with all websites but it works for now, I'll let you know. But I don't understand why it works with that extension? What are the pros and cons of replacing x-frames by iframes?