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Webpage Response vs Document Complete
05-21-2015, 08:02 PM
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Webpage Response vs Document Complete
Usually, a webpage response is equal to Document Complete + up to 2 seconds. Can it go higher in any case? if Yes, when? Can I get some information on this please?
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05-21-2015, 10:12 PM
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RE: Webpage Response vs Document Complete
It is after the last network activity after document complete, so yes - it can easily be a LOT higher. The 2 seconds is the amount of time that it needs for there to be no network activity but that isn't included in the time.
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05-24-2015, 07:43 AM
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RE: Webpage Response vs Document Complete
The +2 seconds isn't a hard and fast rule and depending on what your website is doing, could be extended. For example, if you have a website that has an animated slider, a developer may program your website to load the first 2 slides in the initial page load and defer the loading of the others until after the page has loaded - in which case, this extra resources will trigger additional network activity and effective "reset" the 2 seconds.

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