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Compressed HTML makes your pages zippy

For a just a few lines of code in your .htaccess file file you can shave off at least 50% of your non-binary bandwidth usage and make your pages load substantially and noticeably faster, all without changing a single line in any of your pages. It's crazy, but it's true!


Just thought I'd note that this is for Apache only and doesn't realy relate to .Net.

Maybe that is why google & yahoo send compressed html and live does not ;)

It looks like many .NET people are interested in hosting on Linux. I know I am.

IIS 6 supports compression, too:

Port 80 Software offers product that make it better.

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