What is the difference between Visually Complete and DOM interactive. How can visually complete be enable on existing tests ?
Answer by Babar Q. ·
Visually complete is a point-in-time metric that measures when the visual area of a page's content has finished loading. Visually complete timing happens substantially earlier than the typical page load time, and optimizing the visually complete timing is more valuable then optimizing other page load timings when targeting the user experience.
Dom Load Time is the time from page initialization to the DomContentLoaded event or, for older Internet Explorer versions, to the time the DOM is interactive.
DOMContentLoaded event is fired when the initial HTML document has been completely loaded and parsed, without waiting for stylesheets, images, and subframes to finish loading.
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