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Webpage disappears after a few seconds under certain browser width

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Hi, I'm an eng trying to do cross-browser debugging. Firefox is giving me a weird bug. To start:

- No plugins installed - No ad blockers installed - Cleared cache, cookies, history, everything - version 58.0.2 (64-bit) on Mac OS 10.12.6

Having trouble repro'ing this bug but here's my best shot.

Navigate to https://www.joinhonor.com/care-network

Shrink the browser width to about 500px.

Scroll a bit, wait a bit. Maybe do something else for a few seconds.

Page goes blank except for header, footer and maybe a few other components.

Doesn't happen in Chrome or Safari.

I've been able to repro on a few pages but not consistently.

Any ideas? Thanks!

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The problem occurs when the display is narrow enough for the photo in the top section to move below the yellow button.

Any time I change something in the Page Inspector, e.g., click off display:flex for a div or assign display:block to a span, everything is good for 5-10 seconds, and then away it goes. There is a constantly running script that is doing something odd, but I have no idea what it is.

This page is very complex. You probably should seek support on a site where experts on this framework hang out.

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Thanks for the quick response. Can you provide more color about this "constantly running script"? I don't see it but if you could tell me the name, I could dive deeper.

I'm not sure why this issue is happening only on Firefox.

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This is what the picture looks like.

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benjamin88 said

Can you provide more color about this "constantly running script"? I don't see it but if you could tell me the name, I could dive deeper.

This framework is waaaaay too complicated for me to find anything. What I can tell you with certainty is: if JavaScript is disabled, the problem goes away.

There are other issues with scripts disabled, such as the quote carousel overlaying body text. I wonder if the carousel could be an issue? It would make sense to be something running on a timer.