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To what DHTML connections javascript connections slow down the user menu?

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Mar 29 '10 #1
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Dormilich
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define "DHTML connections javascript connections". but the obvious thing to do would be a google search.
Mar 29 '10 #2

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Please provide me another answer as i am unable to understand what you have just replied.
Mar 29 '10 #3

Dormilich
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well, I haven’t been able to understand your question either.
Mar 29 '10 #4

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To what DHTML connections javascript connections slow down the user menu experience with 1-2 second delays before the menus become accessible (scripts hang until my code completes, want to speed up).For example, user hovers over "Save and Close" and can't push the button for 1-2 seconds.
Kindly help me in this regard with detail explanation.
Mar 30 '10 #5

Dormilich
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this sounds like there is (possibly)
- a timeout
- a request to finish
- a picture to load
- a huge structure (array, hash table, …) to process

without any further information (testlink), that’s all I can say for now
Mar 30 '10 #6

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To what DHTML connections javascript connections slow down the user menu experience with 1-2 second delays before the menus become accessible (scripts hang until my code completes, want to speed up).For example, user hovers over "Save and Close" and can't push the button for 1-2 seconds.
The user knows this because the hover text takes that long to change and the button to become active for commands.
This is the only information i can provide you.If you can then please see to my query.
Mar 30 '10 #7

Dormilich
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despite DOM access, JavaScript itself is very fast.

without looking at the code, I can say nothing.
Mar 30 '10 #8

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