On Apr 28, 2009, at 12:53 PM, anne_gibson at vanguard.com wrote:
> I'm looking for any examples you might have of pages that offer a
> version of a site or a page, and how it's identified to the users.
> only examples I've found so far are a: Newegg.com offers a "lite"
> link at
> the bottom of their page and b: If "loading" displays too long on the
> Google Maps page they'll offer an HTML version of the page.)
> If coincidentally you've discovered some rock-solid method of
> high-speed vs. modem usage, I'd love to hear about that as well!
download time of an image.
See the source code of:
This script ignores the overhead of the http-request. So it's no
precise method, but it gives a rough indication.
In a real situation it would be better to measure the download time
of an image you need for the webpage anyhow.
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Google detect connection speed redirect. A bunch of scripts come up.
Depends on your server technology, asp, php, js, etc...
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On Apr 29, 2009, at 6:29 AM, anne_gibson at vanguard.com wrote:
> Thanks to everyone who suggested Speakeasy's speed test and the
> speedtest.net site... but these solutions appear to tell me-the-user
> the connection speed of my computer is. I'm looking for a script or
> that we-the-developers can put on our pages to detect the speed at
> our users are connecting to our servers, so we can redirect slow
> connections to lighter weight pages.
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