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Hint DOES NOT increase page loading speed
Authored by: calroth on May 21, '04 08:01:20PM

This hint doesn't increase page loading speed. Read David Hyatt's blog.

Or at least, if it does increase page loading speed, it will do so by a negligible amount. So don't bother benchmarking it.

With this hint, Safari FEELS faster because parts of the page are drawn to screen earlier. But in reality it takes just as long as before. Of course, having Safari feel faster is quite cool and makes the experience much better, which is why Hyatt dedicates a lot of blog to discussing it.

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Hint DOES NOT increase page loading speed
Authored by: demmons65 on May 24, '04 04:13:22PM
Perception is reality.

It feels faster therefore it is faster.

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