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Thread: What are the disadvantages to having 2 tracking scripts running on the same page?

  1. #11
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    Quote Originally Posted by mvandemar View Post
    Did you look in FF or IE? IE will load and not hang on the scripts, FF sometimes will.

    -Michael
    Good question, it works fine with FF IE Opera and Safari. Others have not been tested.

  2. #12
    this is a good tool... it will give you a really good idea of how long your site could take to load based on the elements in your page...

    http://www.websiteoptimization.com/services/analyze/

    You might look at the results and laugh thinking they are grossly inaccurate... but I recently had a site reviewed at a forum in Australia and they reported the lengthy wait this that the above utility was reporting...

    Your server being relatively local to you will gain you a performance boost... worldwide... it's a different story... speed counts...

  3. #13
    Your googleorganic.com page takes over seven seconds to reload in my browser and that utility is reporting 7.42 seconds download wait over a T1... that may seriously effect any javascripts which rely on the document.onload event handler... ( I have the same problems... usually too many graphics on my end )

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrMagoo View Post
    Your googleorganic.com page takes over seven seconds to reload in my browser and that utility is reporting 7.42 seconds download wait over a T1... that may seriously effect any javascripts which rely on the document.onload event handler... ( I have the same problems... usually too many graphics on my end )
    Thanks for the link. Also, the URL you mentioned is not what I wanted to run the multiple scripts on. That is my personal blog, i was talking about one of my biz related sites.

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    There is no disadvantage to having 2 scripts running on the same page.

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