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Does anyone know the code that I would add into the bottom of my website to have this information show at the very bottom.

Page was generated in 0.009746 seconds!

Thank you for your help.

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Are you referring to the actual time that a page was needed to generate information and shown or the time it took for a database to return a result due to a query?

apollo found this: http://forums.xisto.com/topic/32829-page-generation-time-script-a-script-to-tell-how-long-it-took-to-generate/

Edited by BuffaloHELP

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I am talking about for the page to load and I have looked at that code thaet apollo found and in honesty I do not understand where to put it in my HTML or anything. So some more advice would be really good.'Thanks.

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Place the first code right after <HTML>Place the second code wherever you want the time to appear or at the bottom. If you're placing it at the bottom, right before </HTML>Save it as file_name.php And your old file_name.html is no longer needed.Upload and test it out.

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>_< sorry for not putting that in, i suppose it would have helped people who read it to know where to put it..i reported it to a mod and had em change it sorry bout that..

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I use my own "Time generation" php script.
I wrote it more 1 year ago.
It consist of 2 parts:

1st part - need put in top of page

<?//start point of loadinglist($msec,$sec)=explode(chr(32),microtime());$HeadTime=$sec+$msec;//?>

I think that it very nice script!

and 2nd part - need put in bottom of page for displaying
<?//end point of page loadinglist($msec,$sec)=explode(chr(32),microtime());// print generation time with 4 digits after pointecho "Page loading at ".round(($sec+$msec)-$HeadTime,4)." sec.";?>

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Here is the code I use:
Add this at the top of the page

<?php$stime=explode(' ', microtime());$stime=$stime[1]+$stime[0];?>
Then at the bottom of the page:
<?php$ftime=explode(' ', microtime());$time=round($ftime[1]+$ftime[0]-$stime, 4);echo 'Execution Time: '.$time;?>

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Its Very Easy
So Copy this code And Then paste In Your Soruce File Like Html .... ::

<?php $load = microtime();print (number_format($load,2) . " Seconds.");?>
this code Show And Put time of load in Your page its Easy ...

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