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Top level page metrics seems off when base URL is redirected
07-12-2014, 05:04 AM
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RE: Top level page metrics seems off when base URL is redirected
While for loadEventEnd, there are other alternatives like you mentioned -- _loadTime and _docTime, are there any work arounds for determining when the domContentLoaded event was fired? On browsers supporting nav-timing API, this is straightforward. But, for older browsers, like IE9 (or even safari), are there metrics in the HAR file that are close enough to the domContentLoadedEventStart?

I noticed that WPT itself skips showing the "DOM Content Loaded" strip if it is IE9 or below, but is there a close enough value that can be used in such cases?
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RE: Top level page metrics seems off when base URL is redirected - trak729 - 07-12-2014 05:04 AM

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