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To calculate page loading start time and complete load end time using some script or something like this in IE 8 ...
Posted 6-Nov-12 10:36am

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Here, it explains the logic of what you are trying to do: Page loading time script[^]

Something like:
Copy and paste the code below after <head> in a script tag
var d = new Date();
var starttime = d.getTime(); //Get the start time

Now find and paste this code before </body> in a script tag
var d2 = new Date();
var endtime = d2.getTime(); //Get the end time
//Find the difference between the start and end times
var totaltime = (endtime - starttime)/1000;
//Round 2 decimal places
var result = Math.round(totaltime*100)/100;
//Output results to a "P" element
document.getElementById("loadtime").innerHTML = "Page loading time: "+ result +" seconds";
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