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With Angular.js Add markup in your html body and use angular.js, i wont length my answer for no reason.


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This may not be feasible. In-page static content can be considered loaded as soon at the page url is retrieved. Separate assets such as CSS, JS, images, dynamic content, etc. are loaded individually. For CSS, JS, and dynamic content, it's not possible to automatically tell if they affect things above the fold or not until they're loaded. Never mind the ...



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