Enable HTTP Keep-Alive Response Header using ASP.NET Hosting – 03/20/2016

This Windows hosting tutorial will explain how to enable HTTP Keep-Alive Response Header using ASP.NET hosting.

The HTTP keep-alive response header improves Web server performance by keeping a client/server connection open across multiple requests to the server.

By default, the HTTP keep-alive response header is enabled in IIS. If you use shared ASP.NET hosting then you cannot change . . . → Read More: Enable HTTP Keep-Alive Response Header using ASP.NET Hosting – 03/20/2016

Set HTTP Expires Response Header in IIS 7

This Windows hosting tutorial will explain how to set HTTP Expires Response Header in IIS 7. This could be useful to leverage browser caching and to improve you ASP.NET site speed. Also, it’s recommended by Google PageSpeed Insights – Setting an expiry date or a maximum age in the HTTP headers for static resources instructs the . . . → Read More: Set HTTP Expires Response Header in IIS 7

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