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When rendering your image, the API makes its best guess at when your HTML or webpage is ready to be turned into an image.
We do this by waiting for the pages
load event to fire. We then monitor for additional network traffic (such as external CSS or images) to complete before generating the image. This works well for most cases, but occasionally can cause problems for content that may be slow to load.
ms_delay parameter gives you more control over when the API generates the image. By setting this, the API will delay the rendering of the image by the number of milliseconds you set. We recommend starting with
500 and increasing from there.
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