20171214 The Guy R Cook Report B2B Thursday

20171214 The Guy R Cook Report B2B Thursday is going to share about the difference between Onload time and Fully loaded time.

What is the difference between Onload time and Fully loaded time?

  • Onload time – is when the processing of the page is complete and all the resources on the page (images, CSS, etc.) have finished downloading.
    • This used to be the point where GTmetrix would stop the test and mark as the Page Load Time in the GTmetrix report.
    • Issues with using this event: Some elements of the page load may not make it in before this event fires – like JavaScript based image carousels – causing inconsistent page load times and inaccurate screenshots.
    • When should I use Onload time? In general, there’s no real definitive case to prefer Onload time (which is why we defaulted to Fully loaded time), though certain specialized cases might call for it.
  • Fully loaded time – is the point after the Onload event fires and there has been no network activity for 2 seconds.
    • Essentially, GTmetrix is now waiting until your page stops transferring data before completing a test, resulting in more consistent page load times
    • The test will be stopped if the page is still loading 30 seconds after Onload
    • Possible issues with using this event: This event fires only when a page completely stops loading content, including ads and below the fold elements. Your site might have loaded fast above the fold and be usable, however since the analysis is now waiting for the entire site to stop loading data, your reported Page Load Time might be longer.

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Guy sold his first website in August of 1995, and has continued his web solutions company offering design, development and deployment, usability or support services since. His previous work experience as the marketing director for an ISP, radio sales, television news announcer, have all have helped to build the company. 20 years plus online (since 1981 if you count the BBS era) doesn’t hurt a bit to be a web developer. I help goal oriented business owners that run established companies to leverage the power of the internet without having to pay a fortune for it even if they have a budget