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what's the holdup to render on this?
02-16-2012, 09:22 AM (This post was last modified: 02-16-2012 09:53 AM by vincej.)
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RE: what's the holdup to render on this?
(02-16-2012 08:55 AM)mrPerezMarc Wrote:  from what I can see, you are loading twice, try removing one of them

no, I don't think so... checked all the tests, the pinterest js is called only once.

I'll note that in past, I used to see the page render at around request
#11 of the page.... now it's at request number #29 .
I've disabled the pinterest calls..... and I still see the same .

So it must be one of the css or js files blocking render?

hmm. might have caught it.

disabled the pinterest links.

disabled the google analytics code (funny, it's set to be async)..
Get this result 1.629s to render

re-enable google analytics get this. 1.848 secs to render

even though the ga .js file takes only 64 ms to load.. it seems to create a lag before next request.

reinstalled the pinterest links, and sure enough, the culprit is the google analytics.
with pinterest back on, and ga off, I get render at 1.629s

therefore pinterest does not seem to be creating the slowdown, google is.

sure enough, re-enable the google analytics code and the render time is back up to 2.059s

disable it, and it's back to 1.74s

funny that google analytics would cost me from .3 to .5 seconds, must be a conflict with other stuff.

anyone else see this before?
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RE: what's the holdup to render on this? - vincej - 02-16-2012 09:22 AM

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