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Why more than 500ms time difference between DOM Content Loaded and Onload
09-29-2015, 01:34 AM
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RE: Why more than 500ms time difference between DOM Content Loaded and Onload
Your best bet to see what is happening during that time is to enable timeline capture in the chrome tab of the advanced settings which will capture a dev tools timeline.

My guess since there are no images or external resources is that the browser doesn't yield to do the layout/paint until between DCL and onload and it's that operation that is consuming the time (you can see the CPU is pegged between the two).
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RE: Why more than 500ms time difference between DOM Content Loaded and Onload - pmeenan - 09-29-2015 01:34 AM

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