> >If you want to code in PHP then you can get the file size and divide it by >known connection speeds. So if you have a file that is 86Kb; > >28Kbps connection - 3.07 seconds >33Kbps connection - 2.61 seconds > That can't be right, surely. You've been on broadband too long :) I thought 3 seconds for a 28k modem was a bit quick, so I wondered how long a 1Mb file would take by those sums: 1000k / 33Kbps = 30.3 seconds. I don't think anyone who suffered for years with a dial-up connection as I did would think that very likely. It's more like 5-6mins, I reckon, and that's a *much* bigger error than can be explained by '33kbps isn't always as fast as it says'. I'm also confused as to the right way to work this out - anyone care to explain? Geoff PS Is CSS-discuss down?