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Hi,
I am running a small ASP.Net web application, MVC, on the .NET framework.

When I make a change to an HTML tag, like changing

Test1

to

Test2

, and press F5 to start degubber it takes forever for the page to render. I tried using ctrl+F5 and shift+ctrl+F5 to start debugging without compiling but its still terribly slow. It seems like the slow part is loading https://localhost:44376/.

My question is: Is there a faster way to render the webpage when the only change is to the HTML?

I researched this and found lots of people who have experienced this problem, but I didn't find any solutions.

What I have tried:

I tried using ctrl+F5 and shift+ctrl+F5 to start debugging without compiling but its still terribly slow
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Updated 20-Mar-22 11:00am

1 solution

Yeah, leave the site running and make your changes to the HTML. WHen your done, if the page hasn't reflected those changes, just click in the browser to give it the input focus and hit F5 to reload the page, or Ctrl-F5 to reload and bypass any cache.
   
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DougSchofield 20-Mar-22 20:16pm
   
Thanks its works!

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