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ASP.Net Initial page load progress bar

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I have a web page that takes a lot if time on it's initial load. Is there a way that i can make a Initial page load progress bar similar to the one that GMail uses?
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All .Net programs will take much more time for loading pages first time! Because when you request a page first it should be JIter to make native code.. That i the reason for the delay!

To avoid this you can precompile all pages!.

Then to show Gmail like progress bar you can  show a progressbar gif using javascript once pageload completes hide progress bar picture.


please go thru
http://www.webtropy.com/articles/art24-progressbar.aspx
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Thank you, that was a great help!!!
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