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[Bug 9650] WHATWG Spec Web Site Freeze

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--- Comment #3 from Garrett <dhtmlkitchen@gmail.com>  2010-06-24 21:51:56 ---
Performing DOM traversal on page load is inherently inefficient. 

The larger the document, the more of a problem it will be. The problem only
gets worse on slower machines and so testing it on a fast machine is not going
to reveal much. 

Instead of trying to fix it; don't do DOM traversal onload at all. 

I see the resolution WORKSFORME. Does that mean the problem is solved by using
a script blocker, as indicated in comment #2, or does it mean that the problem
wasn't observable? When changing status, please provide a short comment for
others to read - thanks.

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