Is there a known issue with iOS and PUSHing .css files?
Here are some successful tests with no PUSH:
in my Apache config I turn on PUSH (basically I PUSH only if the user does not have a cookie from me yet, ie: their first visit to the site):
<If "-z req('Cookie')"> H2PushResource /images3/m6b.png H2PushResource /i/h_bg2.png H2PushResource /i/som_b.png H2PushResource /resources/template7ad.css H2PushResource /resources/template7m.js </If>
And here are the results:
This mimics real world results on actual devices… notice that the PUSH in the waterfall for iOS for the .css is not color coded as css but as html. Viewing the response header (in Chrome) it is being sent as text/css, iOS shows no header. Normal tags are in the HTML that didnt change from the working examples I posted first, this seems to indicate the iOS devices know the resource is loaded via the PUSH and doesnt try to load it when it gets to the in the HTML.
Please note the change from iPhone to iPad in the examples above was due to webpagetest not responding to my iPhone request in the 2nd example, but I assure you the results are the same, I tested it extensively earlier today.
Any insights on this?