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Android Web Browsers Issue

Discussion in 'Android Tech Support' started by Raj, Nov 29, 2009.

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    Here's the issue I've found on ALL Android Web browsers, but is not an issue on iPhone's Safari browser. If you go to the site http://wsj.com on PC, and click on an article, you'll see the main article has at least two tabs: "Article" and "Comments." However, on Android Web browsers, clicking on the tab "Comments" displays the same content as for the tab "Article." Here's an example of a WSJ article, where you can see the 2 tabs I mentioned (try this on both PC and Droid):

    Strains in Party Threaten Democrats' Plans - WSJ.com

    This issue is with ALL Android mobile browsers, but the site works perfectly fine on iPhone's Safari browser. Any suggestions?
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    it's a scripting issue. FF would not open it on my PC until I allowed the script to run.
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    So, is there a solution/work-around to this issue? Perhaps an opportunity for Andoid developers, since on iPhone all the features of WSJ.com site are enabled?
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