It seems I that I can't load this d3 barchart on an android phone (android version 4.4.2) and on Firefox browser. Firefox on Android has javascript enabled (checked from about:config) and also the built in android browser and Chrome also is able to load the same page and show the visual. So it has to do something with Firefox. Any ideas what to check?

Attached is a screenshot of the d3 barchart page loaded in Firefox for Android


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  • I have no problems loading the page in Chrome and Opera and UC Browser. Did you change anything in the about:config? Could you post us the screenshot on how the page is displayed in your Firefox Android browser?
    – Lucky
    Aug 17, 2015 at 17:00
  • @Lucky : how can I post a screenshot in this comment? No haven't changed anything in about : config.
    – pebox11
    Aug 17, 2015 at 17:20
  • you can click edit link on your question anytime you want to post and update or add additional information. Look at How to upload an image to a post
    – Lucky
    Aug 17, 2015 at 17:29
  • @Lucky : Thank you. I was trying to post the image on the comment, whereas it should go on the original post... So I do not know why I am getting this. Are you able to load the link on a Firefox in Android?
    – pebox11
    Aug 17, 2015 at 17:36
  • Unfortunately, I don't have Firefox browser on my android. Could your reset the browser cache/settings and check? Also please visit this url to find if javascript enabled
    – Lucky
    Aug 17, 2015 at 17:48

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There is no problem in Firefox. I have tested the said website on Firefox v35.0.2 and v40.0. It shows the graph as good as it does on Desktop.


If you are running the latest release yet facing that issue then it implies that your Firefox's configuration is messed up. I've NoScript addon installed and I allowed cloudflare.com and ocks.org in it, since both are needed to show that chart.

I suggest you open Guest mode in the browser and visit that site. It should definitely help in understanding whether it's Firefox itself or your custom configuration that's causing the issue.

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