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.

Syntax


HRESULT IHTMLMSPerformanceTimingMeasures::get_msStyleContentLoaded(ULONGLONG *p);

Parameters

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.

Remarks

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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