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Performance problem with multiple choice questions

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I'm working with a website that presents a series of multiple choice
questions to users.

The problem at hand is that the pages with the questions take some time load
and the users are under a time limit to answer the questions.

Would you know if there is a way to "download" the question bitmaps to the
user's PC to some type of cache before the timer starts for the user?
Feb 23 '08 #1
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Hello Night,

It depends on what your timer is?
Is it possible to start timer for each page, (after page load) and stop it
when user press next?

If not than I read your data into asp.net Cache and build it, but the building
can takes some time.

I'd rely on timer stop/start after page is loaded and deduct this time from
overal time allowed to user to answer on all questions

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NAI'm working with a website that presents a series of multiple choice
NAquestions to users.
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NAThe problem at hand is that the pages with the questions take some
NAtime load and the users are under a time limit to answer the
NAquestions.
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NAWould you know if there is a way to "download" the question bitmaps
NAto the user's PC to some type of cache before the timer starts for
NAthe user?
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