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    Help test load times for JavaScriptKit.com

    Hi Guys:
    I need a few of you to please visit http://www.javascriptkit.com and confirm whether pages are taking a long time to "lookup" and respond. Please visit a few pages before deriving at a conclusion. I'm getting 15 sec+ delays between pages, though need some more proof to take to my web host.

    Thanks guys,

    URL updated. Thanks mouse
    Last edited by WA; 01-08-2003 at 12:19 AM.
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    Taking quite a while for me too. I'm using cable btw. I took a few links to a couple of tutorial pages and these took a bit longer than the homepage to load.
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    12 to 20 secs lookup delay
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    Main page seemed fine (maybe it was pulled from cache), but some of the tutorial links took a good amount of time for me on a 56k...

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    site takes ages over college network connection - i just finished downloading some files at 145kb/sec so its not my connection - definately something you need to look into george!
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    There's definitely something wrong the past months. Sometimes 5 - 30 sec delay, other times I get sudden connection failures when trying to find a page, sometimes I just can't get there. Cable modem.

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    Loaded quick for me. I'm on a 56k and it took 13.73 seconds. (stopwatch )

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    w/ cable, no cached page, and phoenix browser w/ the gecko rendoring engine, about 1.2 or so seconds, no lag to me. a while ago i noticed slowness on my mom's w/ ie6 and cable.
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    All looks fine to me (ADSL) and it's not cached ( maybe it should have been ). Browsed the tutorials, looked at some scripts, did a search. Conclusion: no problems here

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    It works fine now (DSL, btw)
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    Thanks everyone for helping test the connection out. Everything would appear to be back to normal. I'm seriously considering my options now, as the problem seems to be a lingering one every couple of months.
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    WA, build a javascript to test the server uptime and work out its percentage and see if it compares to what they are offering.

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    i am starting to experience slowness again on codingforums.com about a minute to load each page, it is back to its former speed, just thought you would like to know. this happened at 6:06 central time on the 11th of january.

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    wa...
    takes just a bout® 15-20 secs on /mes just a dialup® 28.8 lol...
    n' whispers...'cept /me is used to just a waiting® for pages to load ...
    btw.../me still comes n' looks for scripts to help others...lol...sommme things are just a worth® the wait...:O)))

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    28.8 wow, you learn patience with a dialup lol

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