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Are `load` and `DOMContentReady` events captured for IE 8 in the raw results?
08-27-2013, 05:41 AM
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Are `load` and `DOMContentReady` events captured for IE 8 in the raw results?
I'm currently using the `DOM Content Ready End` and `Load Event End` in the raw results of Chrome to get approximate times for each of those events.

Those fields are blank in IE runs. I'm not even sure if I'm pulling from the right fields here.

Thanks in advance!
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08-28-2013, 04:13 AM
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RE: Are `load` and `DOMContentReady` events captured for IE 8 in the raw results?
IE 8 doesn't support Navigation Timing (window.performance.timing) - it was introduced in IE 9 so the times aren't available. They should be there for IE 9 and 10.
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08-28-2013, 04:59 AM
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RE: Are `load` and `DOMContentReady` events captured for IE 8 in the raw results?
Are there any synthetic fields in the raw results that approximate the behavior in IE 8?
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08-28-2013, 05:14 AM
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RE: Are `load` and `DOMContentReady` events captured for IE 8 in the raw results?
The document complete times should be the same (or at least close) to the loadEventStart. Otherwise there is nothing in the IE 8 data that matches either.
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