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    111 comments  ·  Spark Page - Feature suggestion  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Kevin Poulter commented  · 

    I started this thread due to completed Spark web pages VERY slow to load in Melbourne Australia.
    Not during construction, though it seems many have construction delays.
    The system is brilliant, apart from a few flaws. Wouldn't it be a great investment for Adobe if they fixed the few complaints and sold the use of the system for a modest fee? It's amazing to be able to build websites on an iPad, if only the web pages would then work properly on the web. Adobe could make a fortune from Spark if it worked. And build awesome PR for their company.

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    Kevin Poulter commented  · 

    I started this thread.
    There appears to be two versions of "Spark takes too long to load".
    I can make web pages with delays that are just acceptable. But once the page is built and published, it takes ages to display to others in Melbourne Australia. Never seen any other web pages take so long to load on screen.
    Too long to consider it for anything more than family news, when Spark would otherwise be fantastic for Business and Clubs.
    Another group of users have used my comment page to say Spark takes too long to load, while building a page.
    My latest comment: Spark is brilliant, if a few fundamental flaws were fixed. Then if Adobe made a low charge for the Pro version, it would make lots of income for Adobe and many happy customers.

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    Kevin Poulter commented  · 

    Its interesting that many comments say they have to wait too long for items to upload to a page they are making. My problem is at the other end.
    A completed web page takes an age to load when a friend or client tries to view it. Two minutes or more.
    My take on Spark websites is they are brilliant. Just need to have
    quicker loading times when completed, (and for some during construction),
    multiple brands, plus
    a cheaper pro price and Adobe would be on a winner.

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    Kevin Poulter commented  · 

    I just waited 10 minutes for a completed page to load and it didn't. Cannot send pages to anyone, especially clients, if they take an age to load.

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    Kevin Poulter commented  · 

    My problem is the finished web page can take 2-3 minutes to display in Australia. Therefore I can only use it on personal trival content.

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    Kevin Poulter commented  · 

    The slow load means I cannot use it in anyone's business.

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    Kevin Poulter commented  · 

    Its 2018 and still Spark webpages take the longest time to load in Australia

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    Kevin Poulter commented  · 

    When I publish a SPARK page in Australia, visitors click on it and it takes up to SIX minutes to appear in ADSL.
    That is the slowest page loading of any web page on the web and 99 percent of visitors will leave before it displays.
    Note the longest load times are for pages not visited for some time.
    Spark users constantly talk about the need to allow multiple brands, but nothing is more important than visitors not being able to see the sites.
    Spark is amazing. I never thought I could make web pages on my iPad, but its very good.
    Why not fix the bugs and start making money Adobe, with very happy customers?

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