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Difference between "Bytes In" and "Content Breakdown" - it2LCN - 10-08-2015 12:46 AM

Hi everyone,

It's my first time here and I conducted a test for a page I am developing, you can see it here:

http://www.webpagetest.org/result/151007_KJ_TKC/1/details/cached/

My question is: in the "Repeat View", there are 115KB "Byte in" for the fully loaded document, while the sum of the elements on the content breakdown is barely 35KB.
Excuse me if this has an obvious answer as it is my first time here but, why that difference? Which are those Bytes which are not qualified as content?

Thanks!!


RE: Difference between "Bytes In" and "Content Breakdown" - unixy - 10-12-2015 07:09 AM

Fully loaded doc has all assets deflated. While content breakdown looks at compressed content (itemized hits)


RE: Difference between "Bytes In" and "Content Breakdown" - Laura_QoE - 01-15-2020 02:14 AM

I have the same problem with a private instance of WebPageTest 19.04.

Can somebody give an explanation or solution to this issue?

Thanks,
Laura Angel