See use case #1 for a description of this requirement.
We use two pages for this use case. They may be any two pages on your site, and the code you put into them
is identical, so you could just put it on all pages on your site. Unlike case 1a, in this case, we do not
allow the beacon to fire when the onload event fires. Instead, we fire the
when we determine that the page is ready. We also set the
autorun parameter to false to stop
boomerang from running automatically.
page is usable by a user browsing your website, you need to fire the
page_ready event like this:
BOOMR.page_ready(); // Tell boomerang that the page is now usable
As in howto-1a, you need to populate the
user_ip field using a back end programming language.
Go to Page #2 now to see the results of the page load test.