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Reduce client script size?

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Daire asked on 15 Sep 2008, 07:55 PM
I have a fairly simple ASP.NET page that only uses one Telerik control - RadMenu.  The page is being accessed by a lot of users on IE6, which has some file-compression bugs, and as a result IIS 6.0 does not compress ScriptResources sent to these browsers.  Given the simplicity of the page, I'm guessing that a lot of the script content being sent down is unused.  Is there any way to reduce the ScriptResources sent to the browser?  Looks like it's currently sending about 200k of uncompressed content, mostly Javascript.  I realize that this content will be cached on the client, but it'd be nice to be able to not send unnecessary stuff.  Any thoughts, suggestions?  Thanks,

-Daire 

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