I have both Brotli and Gzip enabled on my dedicated server. Centos 6.10, EA4.
However, the pages are delivered with Gzip compression and not Brotli, to the browsers that accept both.
Can you suggest the solution for this? TIA.
Hello i'm thinking about optimize by default with config file of apache.
something like Enable gzip compression | GTmetrix
(and other like headers etc.) put in apache config file so clients don't need to put it in theirs .htaccess file
so my question is: is this possible?
what if i put that...
I've been adding gZip to sites on our server via the htaccess and website optimise in cPanel. Then recently I enabled it server-wide using info from Have gzip compression enabled for accounts on the server (including newly created accounts)
Do I need to go back to the sites where I enabled...
Hi, I've just switched 6 domains to a VPS with WHM. I have the Cpanel option to "optimize website" and also Tweak settings in WHM "gzip compression level 1-9". Are they different?.. Should I apply both or if I compress from WHM will all the Cpanels under it be optimized?
I cannot enable gzip on my new server :(
- Apache mod_deflate is installed
- zLib is activated for PHP on MultiPHP Ini Editor
- Optimize site - all content - enabled
- remove .htaccess no effect
But any test service says that it's not enabled :(
- Removed -
The index is index.php...
two vps the same .htaccess newest whm/cpanel version EA4 enabled deflate but
on first website don't work on second work.
i tried 5 websites for gzip compression and all 5 show second vps(website) has working compression but first not.
Hello to everyone,
I have build a website and i bought a server... i have chose cPanel to install into my server and i was trying how to enable Gzip Compression to my server from cpanel features,
into cpanel there is a feature "Optimize website" and i chose compress whole website , but after...
I'm having trouble getting Gzip to work on my site -- I enabled compression under "Optimize Website" and it worked at first, but I had to make changes to the .htaccess file, and even though I didn't touch the mod_deflate part and undid my changes when I realized I broke it, it's still not...
Is it possible to change the backup program to use 7zip instead of tar.gzip file please. 7zip appears to be a more attractive option to me, as it has binaries for Linux and Windows OS's. Plus 7zip supports a nice range of compression protocols - possibly more than tar/gzip does.
I run Centos...
I'm setting up a new WHM/cPanel server. Using EasyApache, I've updated Apache to version 2.2.24, and under "Exhaustive Options", I have "Deflate" checked. But the output does not appear to be compressed, and when I look at httpd.conf, I don't find "deflate" referenced anywhere in the file.
Gzip was enabled on my site, but due to hosting change, it got disabled, can any one help me you can i enable it for my all files?
Via any method, like via htaccess or any other option of cpanel?
Thanks and please help.
I want to active the gzip compression for all my websiyes hosting on my server with Cpanel. I don't find any options in the Cpanel ?
This is possible to do that or I need to contact my hoster to configure this ?
I admit I am a novice when it comes to all things cpanel (well almost) for the past year or so I have uploaded all downloadable products into images & store downloads with no problems. However on Friday I decided - i noticed that I could make the images smaller via cpanel which I did with no...
My log rotation is adding 1-4 but not gziping the rotations. How do I get it to rotate 7 days and archive each rotation?
Ok I fixed compression and ran the logrotate command. Only th *.1 logs were compressed. Weeks 2-4 are not compressed, still.