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I strictly don't want opera's turbo mode on my website. It's breaking all my app !

  • Hey, I need a solution because my app (one page ajax powered website) with its images and others ressources are already compressed, and opera turbo serously harm my app's design and scripts, nothing works with it !

    I need a solution, 2 possibilities:

    1. a header or meta tag to disable it
    2. or detect turbo mode to ask user to disable it

    Is it possible to do anything like ?

    (Another reason is that I don't trust at proxies that see too more private datas)

    thanks

  • Look at the headers. I don't know if they actually say Turbo somewhere (though I could check when I get home, there are several websites that will show you your own headers), but I do know they clearly identify themselves as being for a proxy of some kind.

    Though alternatively you could use HTTPS, Turbo does not handle any secure traffic.

    Mind you, there's no comparable answer for people using Opera Mini on a mobile device. While it is easy to identify Mini users, Mini always uses the proxy. You should try to detect browsers that won't support your site and give those people something useful. Some of the devices that Mini runs on can't support a full browser; you may not be able to tell them to use something else - at least, until they can find a real computer to use.

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