Safari Scrolling...blank screen on some sites!

Thai

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On my IP PRO 12.9, when scrolling down articles on many sites via finger (not arrow keys on keyboard), I get a white screen before the rest of the page loads. Very annoying. And if I keep scrolling down (via finger scrolling), it does the same again. And if I scroll back up, it does it also.

Am I missing something or a setting I am missing?
 

TrueBlou

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Strange thing, for the most part I've not seen much of this. I say much because there's been the occasional website that has done it but I discovered that it only happened on those because of my ad blocker (I use 1Blocker)
Once I white listed the websites they worked perfectly. Do you use an ad blocker?
 

Thai

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Strange thing, for the most part I've not seen much of this. I say much because there's been the occasional website that has done it but I discovered that it only happened on those because of my ad blocker (I use 1Blocker)
Once I white listed the websites they worked perfectly. Do you use an ad blocker?
No. I just use what Apple offers.
 

jamesrick80

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Just a safari rendering issue that occurs sometimes in all iOS devices, just close the tab and reopen in new tab. Otherwise use another browser like the UC browser HD and you will not have this issue,
 

TrueBlou

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Thai

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Just a safari rendering issue that occurs sometimes in all iOS devices, just close the tab and reopen in new tab. Otherwise use another browser like the UC browser HD and you will not have this issue,
Yeah, figures. But I do not want to use another browser. Oh well.
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Working perfectly on mine, scrolling from top to bottom and back several times as fast as my fingers could swipe.

It could just be, as suggested above, a caching issue. Close your Safari tabs, force quit Safari and do a hard reboot of your iPad to clear everything out. Should hopefully work ok after that.
Yeah, that's what I have to do...but I was hoping for a perm solution.