In my experience, no. In fact having finely granular (small, focussed) includes can help performance depending what is in those files. You can even successfully have different levels of includes, if you are careful and have little performance problems.<BR><BR>(There might even be some help from the cache, but I'm not sure about includes and ASP's chaching scheme).<BR><BR>Richard
I don't think it should impact the performance if you are just talking of splitting the code in one page into six different pages . When ASP encounters the include directive , before executing the current page it loads and executes the include page ...the execution time reamins the same ..and hence overall it should not impact the performance !