by Robert Hashemian
Note: This service comes with NO GUARANTEES. No liability is assumed.
This utility measures the load time of a Web page from the client's perspective. Load times are subject to connection
speeds, client and browser configurations, and response times for all elements on the entire page.
You can omit the "PLT_BackColor", "PLT_ForeColor", "PLT_FontPix", and "PLT_DisplayFormat" parameters. Default values will
be used in that case.
"PLT_DisplayFormat" allows you to format the message display to your liking.
For example, instead of the default English, you can use terms from your own language,
or make any other desired adjustments.
Set "PLT_DisplayElementID" to the id of a tag on your page that has the "innerText" property (i.e. block elements), such as a div or span tag.
If such tag is missing or not found, the result is printed at the bottom of the page.
To see the load time of any Web page use the Page Load Timer tool.
PLT_DisplayFormat = "Your connection took %%S%% seconds to load this page.";
PLT_BackColor = "palegreen";
PLT_ForeColor = "navy";
PLT_FontPix = "12";
PLT_DisplayElementID = "display_here";
Example: The line below is coded as: <span id="display_here"></span>