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ASP.NET Output Caching and Google+1, Twitter Follow, and Facebook Like Buttons

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I have a situation where I want to Output cache our entire web page in asp.net, but I do not want to cache twitter/google+1/facebook like buttons.  I looked at the substitution controls but that doesnt look like the right thing to use, I need to exclude a block of html from caching but because I am using master pages, several in fact, partial caching isnt a great solution.
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by:Easwaran Paramasivam
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Apply page level caching using @outputcache and in the varybycontrol give the button controls that you like to click. Refer: http://www.codeproject.com/KB/web-cache/OutputCache.aspx

One more option there, implement some user control and dont set the outputcache for your control: Refer: http://aspadvice.com/blogs/joteke/archive/2007/10/31/ASP.NET_3A00_-clear-user-control-output-cache.aspx
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Thanks, using asp:Substitution controls worked, I wasnt using them properly before (Method has to be static).  Using them I can dynamically create html content like the google facebook and twitter buttons on the fly that are not cached.

Thanks!
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