In this article i will discuss how to enable gzip compression for the dynamic content.After following these steps you can enable compression for your aspx pages and other dynamic content. But you have to be careful while compressing the dynamic content.I would suggest you to use the dynamic compression only when although you are using asp.net but most of your webpages are more likely to be static with only few of them changing now and then. This is due to the reason that compression brings in overhead on the server CPU and memory.So if the content is so much dynamic that it keeps on changing with every request its not at all advisable to use the compression for your dynamic pages. Instead you can use gzip compression for your static pages such as html,css and js files. But if your dynamic content is also near about static then you can use gzip compression provided as a built in feature of windows and IIS 6,by default it is not enabled here in this article we will go through the steps to enable the gzip compression scheme.