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Hi,

Im using the "Net" tab in firebug to mointor the page load time of a webpage.

Every time I refresh it shows a different load time so how do you know how long it takes?
Do you have to take averages of about ten loads?

Cheers
Paul
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Hi Paul,

It depends on severals things, how busy is the webserver? Around dinner time pretty more then in the middle of the night.
How fluctuant is your internet connection? How many people in your area are connected to the same area hub.
If you need a good average messure at different times a day and take an average on that.
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