H4CK3R

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Hello,
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.
 

H4CK3R

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Is there an "Optimize Website" icon displayed in your cPanel?
No, there is no option of optimize website.
My details:-
cPanel Pro1.0 (RC1)
Apache version2.2.19
cPanel Version11.30.4 (build 6)

Thanks for reply and please help.
 

Infopro

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Your location is Pennsylvania and my website server is also located at Pennsylvania.
Oh, well let me go on over and give it a kick and see if that helps. :p (I'm joking)

Ask your host if the server is running SuPHP, if not, why not. You should find an icon in cPanel called Optimize Website that would be helpful to you if it was available.
 

cPanelTristan

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I did want to mention that Apache 1.3 uses mod_gzip, while Apache 2.0 and 2.2 use mod_deflate instead. Since your server appears to be using Apache 2.2, then it is mod_deflate (labeled as Deflate under the EasyApache Exhaustive Options list) that would enable the cPanel > Optimize Website option. Your host might well not realize it is Deflate that needs to be checked for this to be enabled.

Our documentation discussing this option can be found at the following location:

DeflateMod < AllDocumentation < TWiki