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IHTMLMSPerformanceTimingMeasures::msStyleContentLoaded Property

New for Windows Internet Explorer 9

[This documentation is preliminary and is subject to change.]

Measures the time required to load the Document Object Model (DOM) and the Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) content for the document that is loaded into the window object.


HRESULT IHTMLMSPerformanceTimingMeasures::get_msStyleContentLoaded(ULONGLONG *p);


The time required to load the content or 0 if the page failed to load.

Return Value

Returns S_OK if successful, or an error value otherwise.


When you evaluate the value of the IHTMLMSPerformanceTimingMeasures::msStyleContentLoaded property, make sure that the document has fully loaded; otherwise, the property might return a value of zero (0).

The time measured by the IHTMLMSPerformanceTimingMeasures::msStyleContentLoaded property is the difference between the IHTMLMSPerformanceTiming::navigationStart and the IHTMLMSPerformanceTiming::msStyleContentLoaded properties of the window.msPerformance.timing property.

For a list of other performance measures and the order in which they occur, see the IHTMLMSPerformanceTimingMeasures interface.

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