[webkit-dev] Large Page/Deck sizes

Justin Haygood jhaygood at reaktix.com
Mon Dec 24 07:09:13 PST 2007

I regularly send pages of several MB (2 -3 MB, tables with tens of thousands 
of rows). And since its tables, there's a marked amount of tags as well 
(tens of thousands of rows * 20ish columns * markup). I believe WebKit has 
no artificial limits. (Now granted, if your computer is slowish, rendering a 
file this large does take some time, I.e. a few seconds not counting network 
download, but it should work fine).

From: "Nilesh Patil" <nilesh.patil at celunite.com>
Sent: Monday, December 24, 2007 6:12 AM
To: <webkit-dev at lists.webkit.org>
Subject: [webkit-dev] Large Page/Deck sizes

> Hi all
> I am currently using Webkit for my browser. i wish to
> check/confirm/achieve following:
> Large Page/Deck sizes           The browser must support markup
> pages of at least 100KB with no limit to the structure of the markup other 
> than
> restrictions from the relevant standards (e.g. no artificial limit to the
> amount of tags being used in the markup). It shall be possible to render 
> markup
> containing any number of tags up to and including 1024 tags.  Note: The 
> max
> size of the whole received contents (including inline content) is at least
> 300KByte. In spite of oversize error, the entity body shall be displayed 
> to the
> utmost extent.
> Please help
> Thanks & regards
> Niilesh
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