I there I have recently created an ASP website wich uses .net 4 and SQL db but soem some reason even displaying 20 records in a gridview is slow... So after some reading I converted the website to a Web Application Project so its compile prior to publish.. But yet again this is a bit slow. pages loading time is not of a bit issue...
if I hit the .aspx page on the browser and if the page takes time to load say may be 25-30 seconds then what are the steps to be taken to make sure that the page loads quickly. In other words what could be the reason for this slow loading.
My asp.net web app uses a master page which contains an 8k jpg of the company logo. Whenever I load a page or do a refresh, all of the non-master page html renders first, then the master page logo is shown, pushing all the html down a few lines. It's very annoying. Is there anything I can do to prevent that from happening?
What should be the approach while designing when you know that your page would take considerable time to load? e.g. if it has controls which are heavy & some which are lighter? Can we make use of any of the design patterns to solve this issue?
Am working currently on a project with Dundas chart and to populate 3 similar charts on the dashboard page, there are more than three thousand rows returned from the database for each chart. These rows now retrieved are just test data and while launching the application there would be enormous amount of data being retrieved. It takes ample of time for the page to load on every postback. Is there any way to load the page more quicker inspite of huge data being populated.
I have a web page which has a textbox and a button. The textbox has a calendar extender attatched to it.On my machine it is popup quickly but when i published it on the server it's taking a very long time to show and sometimes it doesn't. It's like loading or downloading something. Any Clues .....
Displaying loading gif image whenever my page takes time to load but not for particular single control. i had seen this. URL...but it working for button , can i check it for my whole page and all controls whenever it takes times to load.
I have a update panel on the ASPX page,When thepage loads the content in the update panel shouldnot load ( Update panel should show the Updatepanel progress control) but after page load update panel contents should load . How do i get this efect.
I'm developing my first Facebook application in ASP.NET 2.0 and doing a simplest thing, that is, to show a navigation on top with four hyperlinks where each link targets to another .aspx page. How can I do this using FBML in ASP.NET 2.0?
Otherwise coming to my question, where I'm struck after trying above thing at myself and failed then had to go around the Ajax way of doing this. Now I'm using Ajax call over the onclick event of each hyperlink from top navigation and it's succesfully loading external .aspx pages (for example,[URL]. The problem is when user comes on the application on first time, it only shows the .aspx page which has a navigation and a Ajax content place holder which is programmed to be filled with contents on click event.
How to load Ajax contents into the Ajax content place holder on page load without a click event?
I want to perform some operation after the page load, This operation takes some time. I want to show a progress image while the operation is being performed. But the problem is if i call the function in page_load event, my page hangs till the operation is not over. Is there any way i can achieve this?
I have a page that takes a long time to load because it utilizing multiple user controls. Is there a way where I can display a wait animation during the page loading utilizing JQuery? I'm a newbie to Jquery and client side development
how to check performance of sql server query with load ,also wants to create load by any tolls like load runner,if any url for download load runner or any other tolls by which we can create load please give me some idea related to it.
to search for specific word. It is very quick in finding the word, but when loading that amount of data to my dictionary it takes a while. Could you say what is the efficient way deal with such data? This is not homework or work related, but it is my personal project.
i am having the problem that i am using datareader to get contents in my asp.net page.But the page takes a lot of time to load.How to decrease the loading time of the apage and increase the performance of my page.
we are creating a custom content management and out portal page is bit bulky it is about 60Kb without images.
and during loading the page in some browser we can see some parts of site load faster than the other parts of the site where as we want to indicate (or instruct the web server) to load some of the areas first then load rest of the page.
is there any particular setting in IIS for is there any particular method in classic asp for doing that? also I have the same question in asp.net.