Msg#: 3870741 posted 12:51 pm on Mar 15, 2009 (gmt 0)
I've looked in many places but I'm just not getting what I need *for ASP.NET*. I tried this: [webmasterworld.com...] - but the problem with that example is that the vendor's code is not meant to be placed in the <head>; it is meant to be placed in the <body>. They use <script> tags but they contain functions, <img> tags, etc.
I need to test the load time of the analytics/etc and using <body onload=... just doesn't do it.
I know I can't be the only one to do this but, even after spending 30+ minutes searching in google, I'm lost. Any ideas?
Msg#: 3870741 posted 12:35 am on Mar 16, 2009 (gmt 0)
Are you wanting to check on the load time that your users are actually experiencing, or the speeds you are seeing at your end?
Msg#: 3870741 posted 9:31 am on Mar 16, 2009 (gmt 0)
What I'm seeing on my end would be sufficient. I know that Firebug, et al can do those things but, ideally, what I'd want would be to have something that I could run 10/20/n times and I could programatticaly store the results in a database. Firebug does what I want but I have to manually copy/paste into an Excel spreadsheet, for example.
If there isn't an easy way then I'm fine using something like Firebug to copy/paste; I was just hoping there was/is a more elegant way. I'd like to be able to do reporting against and say, "Bounce rates were 12% higher whenever Google Analytics tracking code load time exceeded 1000ms" or whatever.