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Why more than 500ms time difference between DOM Content Loaded and Onload
10-07-2015, 12:36 AM
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RE: Why more than 500ms time difference between DOM Content Loaded and Onload
(09-30-2015 11:08 PM)pmeenan Wrote:  Do you have a link to the test result with the timeline capture?

All browsers will behave differently. You can test Firefox or IE to see if either of them behave differently. The CPU just indicates that code is running doing something in the gap and the timeline would help you understand what it is.

Measuring the time without the browser yielding won't necessarily give you better data. The measurement might be faster but the page may also be blank. If you want the user to actually see content then you have to do layout and paint the screen.

If you want the actual measurement to be faster you can use the Dulles Thinkpad locating which has faster CPU so the processing will be shorter - but that doesn't really do anything but make the measurement faster for CPU-constrained operations.

Patrick,

I do not know how to give link of the time line capture. I am posting here the screenshot of the same.

Testing with Dulles Think pad is also giving similar results - http://www.webpagetest.org/result/151006...1/details/


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RE: Why more than 500ms time difference between DOM Content Loaded and Onload - kmoksha - 10-07-2015 12:36 AM

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