look at the output buffering/filtering methods in PHP (ob_xxxx) In
particular, you can enable the gzip filter to automatically zip your html
server side, assuming your user's browsers support auto gzip deflation,
which the newer browsers seem to ....
"Steve Brett" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message
> I have a calendar system that details the appointments for various
> departments in the company and am having problems with the sheers size of
> the html docs that are returned.
> One department insists that they nned to see all the users in one go
> 110) and the calendars for 3 months.
> This causes an html doc being returned frm the server that is 3.5 meg.
> Whilst is takes the server 4 seconds to build and deliver this I was
> wondering if there is any way to speed things up and reduce the amount of
> network traffic.
> Would zipping the file b4 it is sent be a good (and easy) way to go ?
> Thanks in advance,
> Steve Brett
> Internal Development
> EMIS Ltd.
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