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    Pingdom Full Page Tester

    I came across this useful tool, Pindom's Full Page Tester, and I thought I might like to share it with you.

    These are the statistics of Webmaster Peers, according to pingdom.

    Total loading time: 5.6 seconds
    Total objects: 48 (357.2 KB)
    External objects: 4 (80.6 KB)
    (X)HTML: 1 (48.1KB)
    RSS/XML: 0
    CSS:1 (1.6KB)
    Scripts:6 (81.6KB)
    Images:40 (225.8KB)
    Plugins:0
    Other:0
    Redirected:0
    I think this is a useful tool for webmasters, especially to test the load time of their sites.

    To use it, visit this link:
    http://tools.pingdom.com/

    What do you think?

    (BTW, Google takes 0.5 seconds to load. Cool, isn't it? :O)
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    Hmm the loading time is based on where the pingdo is used right? Because te result is quite difference with me :


    Website information

    Total loading time:
    4.9 seconds
    Total objects:
    48 (356.9 KB)
    External objects:
    4 (80.6 KB)
    HTML (X)HTML:
    1 (47.8KB)
    RSS RSS/XML:
    0
    CSS CSS:
    1 (1.6KB)
    Scripts Scripts:
    6 (81.6KB)
    Images Images:
    40 (225.8KB)
    Plugins Plugins:
    0
    Other Other:
    0
    Redirected Redirected:
    0
    Hmm but i wonder why there is a difference not only at loading time but also total object size.
    But overall, this program is usefull and recommended for webmaster.

    Anyway yahoo loading time is 0.2 second here

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    Well, akira, sometimes, the loading time statistics are different because it depends on pingdom's server. Therefore, it is not thaaaaat accurate, but I still think it is a useful tool for webmasters.
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    Hmmm

    The site says
    Total loading time:6.1 seconds
    Total objects:50 (358.1 KB)
    External objects:4 (80.6 KB)
    (X)HTML:1 (47.9KB)
    RSS/XML:0
    CSS:1 (1.6KB)
    Scripts:6 (81.6KB)
    Images:42 (227KB)
    Plugins:0
    Other:0
    Redirected:0
    But for me, WMP always load in a second or so...

    I don't know how they come up with that number.

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    It's only depend on the server of that site, not our internet connection. If it's depend on my internet connection, maybe loading time for WMP will be 15 second-20second, yeah it's take quite a long time here.

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    As said, the amounnt of time it takes depends on the server. There is, however, a little tool that saves the searches you've done, and then you can compare them after a while. When I did it for my site I got an average of around 4 seconds, but the different amounts I got varied by quite a lot...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Simon View Post
    There is, however, a little tool that saves the searches you've done, and then you can compare them after a while.
    Indeed, I reckon it could be useful to test our own sites at a fixed interval of time.

    By the way, I just got 4.5 seconds for WMP.

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