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Start render time slower in repeat view - Chrome
12-01-2013, 01:50 PM
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RE: Start render time slower in repeat view - Chrome
Yes I tested and found the sub-domains would not help. That was a "tip" I picked up in a W3C course and di not think it through. I have since done a lot of testing on your page. I created a similar page with 48 thumbnails (you have 44) with sizes from 5K to 15KBytes (larger than yours) and got the page to load in 0.500 - 0.700 seconds.

http://www.webpagetest.org/result/131126_RA_17E8/

I did not like the quick changing from one image to another in the mouse over slide show so I added fade in and fade out.

The quick image change gave me an uncomfortable feeling. It's very subtle feeling but I have become attuned to such things.

The human mind does not work that fast. Eye Fixations keep the old image in the mind for about 200 milliseconds before it can even begin to see the new image.

This is a page from the book Mind Hacks. It explains the eye fixation issue.
http://ispeedlink.com/FixReact.pdf

My plan is to write a blog entry regarding this page. I found a few ways to get the page to load in less than 1 second.
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RE: Start render time slower in repeat view - Chrome - iSpeedLink.com - 12-01-2013 01:50 PM

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