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Create a HttpModule to place ViewState at bottom of page - sample already provided.

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Hi,

I have provided a BasePage OnRender sample that grabs the viewstate and places it at the bottom of the page to improve Search Engine Optimisation.

  http://professionalaspnet.com/archive/2006/07/30/Moving-ViewState-to-Optimize-Web-Pages.aspx

However, I would like to improve my architecture and create a HttpModule that does the work for me.
I have provided code for .NETv1.0 that ensures valid XHTML is output for .NETv1.0 sites (i.e. viewstate must be put within DIV tags and form must use 'id' attribute instead of name). This will provide a great example of how to achieve what I am after.

This code will be great for all .NETv2.+ developers working on web projects.

Any help would be appreciated.

Thanks.
Steve
basepage-render.txt
PageFilter.cs.txt
PageFilterHttpModule.cs.txt
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