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First Byte Time “FBT” findings and research results
01-18-2016, 06:50 AM
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RE: First Byte Time “FBT” findings and research results
(01-18-2016 05:28 AM)Anton Chigurh Wrote:  HOW that page source code file is "put together" is from the 100s of queries done during FBT which is reflected in the content of request #1.

I was the one explaining this to you, but you're getting confused as to what I meant.

The '100s of queries' will be in the backend from server-side files such as PHP files which won't be seen on the frontend. The server won't process frontend files such as images or css files (there's no need for it to), and will only see it as text in the HTML file to pass on to the browser. After the browser gets the initial file(typically an HTML file) it then decides which files it needs to display the page and will request them from the server. This would be the first time the static file is actually called, therefore the size of the images or amount of frontend bloat wouldn't affect the TTFB of the initial request.

It is strange you have noticed this, perhaps if you share the tests when you come across it in the future others can chip in to offer an explanation, as something else would have to be going on.
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RE: First Byte Time “FBT” findings and research results - clubberz - 01-18-2016 06:50 AM

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