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Thread began 9/06/2010 12:09 pm by mr hankey | Last modified 9/09/2010 10:12 am by mr hankey | 643 views | 4 replies

mr hankey

page size

hi,

i have a details page generated by data assist which i have tabs on which contain multiple insert record forms and also displays existing products from recordsets on each page.

it also is linked to google maps.

the page is 254kb and it takes slightly longer to load than the rest of the site. sometimes it is fine but other times it ccan take a while.

is there a way of cutting down the size of file by putting the different forms on the page on other pages and referencing to them? or is it maybe google maps that is slowing it down?

is this size of file too large to be running on the server anyway?

any tips or help is appreciated.

many thanks

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