Welcome To Fetcheveryone

Our awesome training log doesn't hide its best features behind a paywall. Search thousands of events, get advice, play games, measure routes, and more! Join our friendly community of runners, cyclists, and swimmers.
Click here to get started
Already a Fetchie? Sign in here

Sub pages / back forwards from certain parts of the website

1 watcher
Sep 2017
1:36pm, 1 Sep 2017
2647 posts
  • 0
larkim
Just a mild annoyance thing really.

I often dip into mine or someone else's profile, click through to training or races, have a look at the activity and then click back. But because the "Training" or "All Races" links click through to (I think) subpages which are loaded with the fetcheveryone.com/userprofile.php page, I get dumped back to the "About" section and have to trawl up the hierarchy again.

Is it just me that finds this a bit unwieldy?
Sep 2017
3:56pm, 1 Sep 2017
27293 posts
  • 0
HappyG(rrr)
I think it's quite a good feature, because who page doesn't have to reload. It's the same on Training Log, when you click on tabs for different views: calendar, entries etc.

I don't know if there's a way Fetch can force it so that back just loads the previous view (I suspect it's java script controlled so doesn't go back to the server)?
Sep 2017
4:09pm, 1 Sep 2017
2650 posts
  • 0
larkim
It's OK if you're clicking links through which are all on that main page - its just when you click on something that takes you away from it such as a detailed log it'd be nice to get back to where you were. Perhaps some sort of cookie or reference could sort it. Though I am not a coder!

Agree though the whole idea of pre-loading "hidden" elements of the page broadly works well on Fetch to keep things speedy.

Got something to say?

To contribute to the discussion, you need to either sign in or register as a user.

About This Thread

Maintained by larkim
Just a mild annoyance thing really.

I often dip into mine or someone else's profile, click t...

Related Threads

page click training log links fetch works whole views view userprofile
Back To Top

Close