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Method and System for Optimizing Content Creation for a Webpage on a Webserver

IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000202331D
Publication Date: 2010-Dec-14
Document File: 2 page(s) / 124K

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Abstract

Disclosed is a method and system for optimizing content creation for a webpage on a webserver/application container. The method involves reducing processing time required by the webserver for processing static content and dynamic content of the webpage.

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Method and System for Optimizing Content Creation for a Webpage on a Webserver

A method and system is disclosed for optimizing content creation for a webpage on a webserver/application container. The method involves reducing processing time required for processing static content and dynamic content of the webpage.

Usually, a webpage includes static content and dynamic content as shown in fig.1. When a user logs into a webpage, a webserver generally processes the static content and the dynamic content for generating the webpage when it is asked for.

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Figure 1

However, since the static content remains unchanged for a period of time, such redundant processing increases processing load on the webserver. In order to reduce the processing load on the webserver and to reduce the latency in serving a webpage to a user, the method disclosed herein provides a mechanism for optimally processing static content and dynamic content for generating the webpage.

In accordance with the method, content of a finalized webpage is segregated into static content and dynamic content for each user. The static content of a webpage with respect to each user may include personalized settings of a user, such as themes, skins, and menu items. Such settings usually remain unchanged over a period of time. Therefore, ideally, such content should not be processed each time user requests for a webpage. On the other hand, dynamic content inc...