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Is there a way to test the performance of a DOM element on a page?
04-29-2017, 05:39 AM
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Is there a way to test the performance of a DOM element on a page?
Hello!

The tool webpagetest provides an option "-m, --dom <element>: DOM element to record for sub-measurement" when run the test command. After applying this option, I could not find where to find the performance for a particular DOM element.

May I know is there a way to test the time (CPU + network) spent on a DOM element (including the time on the children elements enclosed by the particular DOM element)?

Thanks in advance!!

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Vivi
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Is there a way to test the performance of a DOM element on a page? - vivi - 04-29-2017 05:39 AM

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