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Start render after load event
06-28-2016, 01:10 AM
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RE: Start render after load event
Sorry not replying to you sooner.

One way to tell which script may be slowing you down is with WPT itself.

If you see a bunch of scripts at the top of the waterfall, and its taking time for the page to load, I would take a look at those scripts.

But I wouldn't go the route of blocking them individually. That could take some time to do in WPT, plus doing so would identify more than just performance issues. So I would only do that if I wanted to know about how the site the only performs but looks with or without certain scripts.

To help identify which script may be causing performance issues, I would instead run WPT with the option to capture the Chrome timeline. The Timeline should give you an idea of which scripts are causing problems.

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Start render after load event - adardesign - 06-09-2016, 08:11 AM
RE: Start render after load event - beyondstop - 06-28-2016 01:10 AM

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