So you mean delaying the initial timeline animation to start after 2-3 seconds on viewport enter? Essentially giving those js files a chance load and then start the ad animation? I can give that a shot. I wonder if I can add a script to load the ad after so all of the requests are made and have them be loaded js’s to the DOM and then only then start it, unsure if its a possibility at this point.
Im wondering if this would make sense?
This event is fired when the initial HTML document has been completely loaded and parsed , without waiting for stylesheets, images, and subframes to finish loading. At this stage you could programmatically optimize loading of images and css based on user device or bandwidth speed.
Exectues after DOM is loaded (before img and css):
A very different event, load , should only be used to detect a fully-loaded page . It is an incredibly popular mistake to use load where DOMContentLoaded would be much more appropriate, so be cautious.
Exectues after everything is loaded and parsed: