Solved HTML Meta (HTML maximum) - your experience?

March 9, 2014 at 04:15:03
Specs: All OS's, 2Ghz/ 2Gb
ignoring search engines (and do they use them anyway these days)
What is the experience of this forum on any maxima that they have experienced browser-wise.

I am constructing a search facility of audio tracks and had in mind using the Meta Tags as a sort of lexicon. In theory there is no limit to the potential size of these data.

So I want to know if there might be a nasty surprise, as my archive grows, if I ignore any practical limits until - disaster. & I have then bought into a concept.

The reason I want to hide the lexicon in none-displaying space is to avoid cluttering and sizing the <body> space. I can hide the data and possibly put it in a layer as well but want to reduce render time.

The page will be pure HTML plus JavaScript, but referenced from and used in an IFRAME from within a Wordpress site. JavaScript for the moment will reside on the actual page, until I can get insights to JavaScript usage within Wordpress.

http://stroudvoices.co.uk gives an idea of the audio clips so far. Search not yet implemented.

All ideas re META maxima welcome. TIA.

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March 11, 2014 at 06:41:05
not a popular subject! Probably not a problem BUT.....
I am now looking at writing the data - lexicon, plus other lists as JavaScript assignments and making that a Script inclusion. Non-displaying and probably fast enough.

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July 17, 2014 at 00:27:03
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JavaScript lexicon was the solution. Used variable arrays for tracks & lexicon, file now 44K for 235 tracks. And counting.

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