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    It's easier for someone with a TalkTalk...

    It's easier for someone with a TalkTalk affliction to get a new ISP than it is for someone with Tritanomaly to get new retinal cones.

    If improving a user's experience is foremost on your priority...
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    That's what I was getting at. :D I agree with...

    That's what I was getting at. :D

    I agree with reducing delay to a minimum; but to a compromise. I wouldn't want to detriment the maintenence of the site for the sake that someone with a dial up...
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    I take it you're trying to minimise the...

    I take it you're trying to minimise the processing delay; I assume that in both cases the propogation, transmission and queuing delays would remain the same. In extreme cases, this may shave 500...
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    That's true. The amount of delay you're talking...

    That's true. The amount of delay you're talking about is negligable at best. If a user is using a slow connection or has other issues wth their hardware or browser; even a hypochondriac AV/Firewall...
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    If you're worried about page load times then...

    If you're worried about page load times then split your css file down into a few smaller ones. This is also good for accessability features such as colour schemes and the like. Have all your static...
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