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Group related functions in your includes
Make sure that you group related functions in your server-side include (SSI) files. You don't want to include 100 functions in a single SSI file if the Web page in question uses only two of those functions. Putting too many functions in one SSI page can creates a bottleneck for the Web page that calls the include. Since JScript and VBScript are "uncompiled" scripting languages, the calling page has to wait for each of the functions in the include file to be evaluated. Putting too many random functions into the SSI file adds unnecessary overhead if a particular page doesn't use them all.
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