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Sitefinity 4.1 Performance Issue. Page size is too big around 1MB

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  1. Venkat
    Venkat avatar
    105 posts
    20 Nov 2008
    25 Jul 2011
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    We are using Sitefinity 4.1,When we deployed our application on the server the page size is too big.

    When we notice the sequence of web request in firebug, A certain web request for Ajax java script file loading a huge java script file. We are not using any Ajax controls in our website.

    I don't want to load this java script file (of size 800KB). How can I achieve it?

    Please any one answer me.

  2. Momchil Mitev
    Momchil Mitev avatar
    13 posts
    14 Jul 2016
    01 Aug 2011
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    Hi Venkat,

     If you are truly not using any ajax control or Telerik RadControl you can turn off the inclusion of the RadScriptManager by going to the page advanced options (see the attached image).
    Have in mind that even if you have unselected this checkbox but you still have control(s) that requires a script manager (a script control) the RadScriptManager will be included in the page and the Telerik.Web.UI script will be loaded. An example of the case is the scenario in which while browsing the page you are logged as a backed user with sufficient rights to edit a page. This means that you have browse and edit enabled on the page you are viewing. The interface for the browse and edit includes RadControls and therefore you will see this script being loaded no matter what you have on the page or whether you have enabled the RadScriptManager or not.

    All the best,
    Momchil Mitev
    the Telerik team
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