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Lighthouse audit and unload listeners

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    I am testing with lighthouse in chrome browser. and keep comming up with avoid unload listeners.

    I have found the microsoftajax.js files in js folder on my site.  I am currently running dnn 9.7.2 - and I do not want to upgrade at the moment.

    I removed the listeners from both the debug and minified versions, made sure composite files and minification were turned off.  But the listeners remain?  I put a (//test) comment in both files and everytime the comment never appears when i'm debugging in chrome.  So I cleared every cache I could think of , chrome, dnn, etc and still nothing changes.  I was thinking that possibly they are comming from cdn or something?  Is there a way I could change that and to use the files that are with the site?

    New Around Here

      This used to be a built in option.
      I think it set a value in the hostsettings table with SettingName: EnableMsAjaxFilter and SettingValue = Y or N

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        Definitely disable any CDN feature for this sort of testing, you will save a lot of time and probably less question marks pops-up. :-D

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