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[cfaussie] Re: OT: Webpage download timing geekatwork Thu Apr 05 00:00:31 2012

Speed tracer plugin for Chrome will break it down even further for you

On Apr 5, 7:08 pm, Andrew Myers <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> There's one called YSlow that gives you some feedback on download times of 
> the various resources on a page.
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> Also the "net" tab in firebug is pretty helpful too.
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> Hope that helps
>
> Andrew
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> Sent from my mobile
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> On 05/04/2012, at 3:15 PM, Scott Thornton <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
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> > G'Day,
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> > Can anyone recommend any Firefox add-ons, or other programs, that will 
> > display the download time of a web page and its components eg .css\.js\.jpg 
> > files?
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> > I am testing a CF 9 cluster, on a virtualised server, and while the CF 
> > debug shows the page renders quickly and queries complete in 10ms, the page 
> > is very slow to load and I was wondering if there were problems downloading 
> > the external files etc due to mapping problems or file access problems etc.
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> > Cheers,
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