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Stopping dynamically loading in HTML pages

IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000014315D
Original Publication Date: 2002-Jul-01
Included in the Prior Art Database: 2003-Jun-19
Document File: 1 page(s) / 37K

Publishing Venue

IBM

Abstract

Problem: When a page is loaded sometimes unnecessary information slow is down a lot, some of it can be recognize statically (don't load from from sites that contain advertisements. However some times the page might contain a few pages of which one or more are not interesting. The time that takes to load them is annoying Solution: Enable the user to stop loading a particular part and continue with the rest. A possible simple implementation is by clicking on the loading part

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Stopping dynamically loading in HTML pages

Problem: When a page is loaded sometimes unnecessary information slow is down a lot, some of it can be recognize statically (don't load from from sites that contain advertisements. However some times the page might contain a few pages of which one or more are not interesting. The time that takes to load them is annoying Solution: Enable the user to stop loading a particular part and continue with the rest. A possible simple implementation is by clicking on the loading part

         Broadest Claim: Dynamic screening of information which is not wanted by the user out of a serial or
parallel information source

         Narrow Claims: In an internet browser, in the http protocol, an option for the user to stop loading
images but continue loading the page. Embodiment

The solution consists of:
1) components that are found in your patent (e.g. system components, their description)
2) algorithms that you are using

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