Gets the page load time in tenths of a second and lets you store the value in a prop, eVar, and/or a numeric event.

To use this plugin, you insert the function code, then call the function twice in your s_code.js file. Once at the beginning of the file, and then again in the doPlugins section. This plugin is intentionally not defined as a method of the s object. Doing so would have added to the calculated page load time.

Note: The following instructions require you to alter the data collection code on your site. This can affect data collection on your site, and should only be done by a developer with experience using and implementing Analytics.

Plug-in Code and Implementation

Add the function

Add the following definition of the s_getLoadTime function in s_code.js, anywhere before the "DO NOT ALTER ANYTHING BELOW THIS LINE" section:

function s_getLoadTime(){if(!window.s_loadT){var b=new Date().getTime(),o=window.performance?performance.timing:0,a=o?o.requestStart:window.inHeadTS||0;s_loadT=a?Math.round((b-a)/100):''}return s_loadT}

Make the initial function call

Add a call to s_getLoadTime() near the beginning of s_code.js, outside of any function.

Make the final function call

Add another call to s_getLoadTime() in the s_doPlugins() function, saving the returned value in a prop, eVar, and/or a numeric event.

Usage Example 1 - Save the page load time in prop10 and eVar20:


Usage Example 2 - Save the page load time in numeric event99:


(Optional) Add support for older browsers

To support older browsers that don't provide the window.performance.timing property, include the following line in the HEAD section of the page's HTML near the beginning and prior to invoking .js, .css, or other files:

<script type="text/javascript">var inHeadTS=(new Date()).getTime();</script>