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Start render after load event
06-10-2016, 03:39 AM
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RE: Start render after load event
The Load Event is something coming from the browser, if it's supported. It's been known to be an inaccurate metric because other things can still get loaded after this to finish loading a page. And it looks like you have some JS files being requested that are blocking the page from rendering faster as well.

Start Render is a WPT metric that visually determines when a page starts to render onto the screen. So it's more accurate, and if anything is blocking that render, like a script, you won't see anything on the screen even though the Load Event was triggered.

I would focus more on the Fully Loaded area, rather than the Document Complete area of the results table, since it's likely more accurate to what a user may encounter on your site.

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Start render after load event - adardesign - 06-09-2016, 08:11 AM
RE: Start render after load event - beyondstop - 06-10-2016 03:39 AM

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