>At the HTML level, are your pages in one big table? If so, Netscape will
>often need to wait until the whole contents of the table is downloaded
>before attempting to render it.
>To get around this, you need to specify the size of just about
>**everything** in the table.
No, we do not do that because of the NS 4.x pain.
>I think it is the same with IE too. Mozilla doesn't have that problem,
>with its incremental layout.
No, IE builds everything as it comes in, like Mozilla.
>Can you see the stream of data coming if you telnet to your server and
>type GET / HTTP/1.0 or whatever? Is it just that the rendering is slow
>because some part of the page is slow to load?
You got the hit. It does not stream the page out. It sits there and then
suddenly pushes the entire site out. Do you know what settings I would need
to tweak to fix that?
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