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I'd like to test my server response time and how fast my website loads. How can I do it?

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closed as not constructive by joeqwerty, mulaz, Greg Askew, MadHatter, Iain Mar 14 '13 at 16:49

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Please add all of the relevant requirements to your question and then flag to have it reopened. – Iain Mar 14 '13 at 16:48

Use developer tools in chrome or Firefox.

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Yeah, but is there any way to test it in different terminals at the same time? even if its payed? – José Kusunoki Mar 14 '13 at 16:33
@Jose-kusunoki: Now you've changed the goalposts. What do you mean by different terminals? Don't answer that here, look at how crappy your original question is then consider how you can improve it by adding all of the relevant information by editing it. – Iain Mar 14 '13 at 16:47

Have a look at web-based services like Google Pagespeed or Pingdom Tools to cut your own home/workspace link speed out of the equation.
Those tools will also give you hints on what exactly is slow or costs time.

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