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speeding up page rendering

Hi *,

Does anybody know some tips & tricks to speed up page rendering?

I have made a complex MVC application with tons of elements in each view.

When I test the pages on my PC, it works fine (my configuration resembles a small server), but when I test it on regular PC (PIII 500Mhz with 256 RAM) the browsers shows DONE in the status bar, but I see a white screen for 10 to 15 seconds.

I did some runtime analysis and found out that the problem lies not with the application, nor with the network, but purely with Internet Explorer.

I kicked out some htmlb elements which were only used to fancy-up the page, and sticked to pure HTML as much as possible, this improved rendering by 15%, but still the rendering is very slow.

Does anybody know some other tricks to speed it up?

Thanks in advance

Mario Vangerven

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    Posted on Feb 18, 2005 at 08:53 AM

    Sounds very strange. The drawing of the page elments can not take so long.

    I guess that the problem is not in the rendering.

    Check the HTTP trace of the browser. I suspect some unavailable of 'long-accessible' resources there.

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    Posted on Feb 21, 2005 at 12:34 PM

    Artem, I traced my http trafic, but I can't find a bottle neck in there.

    Pitty 😔

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