well, not crash, but it goes unresponsive for a solid minute and its very annoying. this doesnt happen on any other page i've tried to open
i'm using firefox (not the best browser, i know, not exactly the fastest or the "strongest" but the numbers in my task manager get far too high for my liking whenever i run google chrome and i'm too lazy to import to a new browser) and i also know it isn't my computer (brand new, fairly high specs for a laptop)
i'm assuming its probably because its a fairly new page with a ton of information on it thats trying to load at once, but causing my browser to go unresponsive seems a bit much
I have never had the page crash on the devices I use ACC on, but I can definitely say that it has loaded for me slowly sometimes.
I agree that this most likely due to how massive the page is. I believe it is drawing a lot of information from the database and displaying details about 2,000+ users (however, I don't have access to ACC's code base so I can't say for sure).
I also agree that if this is causing problems for users it should definitely be reviewed/revised.
One of the ways I think this issue can be fixed is by limiting the amount of users that appear on one page. Perhaps there could be a drop-down list of pages, and one-hundred users displayed on each page, so that the pages load faster for users and reduce the likelihood of a crash.
Compatibility is a very important issue on many sites because they want visitors to all have a similar and satisfying experience while browsing. It's a key to keeping more visitors on the site; therefore, I believe that changing this is crucial.
i don't think limiting the amount of users that can view it would affect it; it's the amount of information rather than traffic slowing it down.
i think maybe putting it on multiple pages would be better. i was originally thinking maybe making it like a facebook feed where when you scroll to the bottom more would load, but i hate webpages like that because they inevitably become slow and laggy once you get far enough down.
No, that's not what I meant; I meant that the list would be separated into many different pages, like your second paragraph suggests. I think it would truly be the best way to fix the issue. Great minds think alike, haha!