Please help me to improve loading Rad Editor

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  1. abdul
    abdul avatar
    11 posts
    Member since:
    May 2011

    Posted 21 Nov 2011 Link to this post


    I am using radeditor on my company CMS. So far i have a template which contains 5 to7 editor on a single page this editor work excellent but one of our client upload a new template which contain 18 editor on single page and my client claim that page is not loading.
    when i debug this problem so i got that. the problem is my client has slow internet connection so that 18 editor cannot load properly or taking a long time to load or sometime got an error connection timeout or connection reset etc.
    please suggest me how to resolve this type of problem where internet connection is slow. Is it possible that, all 18 editor load like single editor means send single request on server so that connection timeout error or these type of error never occur and loading fast.
  2. Rumen
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    14459 posts

    Posted 22 Nov 2011 Link to this post

    Hi Abdul,

    You can take the following steps to optimize the loading time:

    1. Use RadScriptManager control on the page instead of the ScriptManager to combine scripts
    2. [Most important] - test the performance only when <compilation debug="false" in your web.config. When it is true, the MS AJAX debugging code kicks in and causes a severe performance hit on the client-side.
    3. [Important] The following two demos will provide you with some additional suggestions how to configure the editor for improved performance of multiple editors on the page.
      Using ToolbarMode -
      Using ToolProviderID -
    4. set EnableViewState = false to avoid the ViewState overhead
    5. In case you are not using the most recent RadControls version, you should upgrade to the latest Q3 2011.
    6. [Useful]There is another possible approach which describes how a single editor can be used to edit multiple elements on the page, as described here:

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    the Telerik team
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