How to tell if webpage components are lazy loaded?

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Out of 100 dependent components, how do I know if first 10 components are for the view port (fold) and rest 90 are lazy loaded. Is there a way to see in the Firefox- > firebug that what all resources have been loaded lazily?
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  • TheRealRaven
    Is this question about web pages that you build/create or about pages you load from sites that you visit?
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  • Alokgupta84
    It's for the website that am browsing on internet. So load from the website o visit
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  • ToddN2000
    I love the fact that a lot of site today assume everyone has 60meg internet speeds. For some it take forever for a page to load and if in your example it trying to load 100 components some visitors may give up and move on. I find this a lot with some site on my tablet. I'm curious as to the sites design myself now. What site are you looking at?
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  • Alokgupta84
    I guess my question was:

    If we inspect the elements via Firebug, Is there a way to tell if the page components (img/js/css) are being loaded using lazy loading? 
    There are 2 bars blue and red. does any of those bars help to identify lazy loading?
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  • ToddN2000
    I have been poking around a bit and cannot find an answer for you. I do see articles that Firebug is buggy and may not be accurate. Other than that it looks like it is defined in the .net code with lazy< > for one method. There were others as well. It depends on the language and the .NET platform on how it is done. I have not tried Firebug and can't load it here at work to test.
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  • TheRealRaven
    I suppose it could be done, but there are at least a couple ways of getting "lazy loading" going. I'm not sure any direct evidence is available.
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