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optimising datagrid output, remove whitespace?

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is there a way to prevent the datagrid from indenting every line in the
rendered HTML. i have 20Kb of whitespace from a datagrid with 700 rows. i
know paging is recommended but in my situation i need to output the entire

i have already removed the 450Kb of ViewState by setting
i can still use sorting and paging btw because i bind the datasource on
every postback.


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Walter Wang [MSFT]
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Hi Tim,

Based on my understanding, your objective is to reduce the WebForm's output
size by removing whitespaces in the html, right?

I think you could use Response Filter [1] to do this.

Please let me know if you want more information on this. Thank you.


[1] HttpResponse.Filter Property (System.Web)

[2] Reduce The Size Of Your ASP.NET Output - The Code Project - ASP.NET

[3] Removing White Chars from ASP.NET Output using Response.Filter property
- The Code Project - ASP.NET

[4] HOW TO: Archive the Results of a Dynamic Page to an HTML Page in
ASP.NET by Using Visual C# .NET

[5] ASP.NET Resources - Producing XHTML-Compliant Pages With Response

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hi Walter,
that's extremely helpful. i wasn't aware of the Response Filter before now.
thanks for the references also.


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