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SOLVED mod_deflate.c

Discussion in 'EasyApache' started by epaslv, Dec 18, 2016.

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    I have just discovered that since moving to EasyApaceh4 all our sites that used gzip compression in .htaccess are now not serving serving up content.

    After doing some research i now see Optimize Website in cPanel which was disabled. I have set this to Compress All Content but still not serving with compression.

    So the I find that Optimize Website does not Optimize Website, it places code in a new .htaccess file in home directory? Is this supposed to work, or should that be manually copied to .htaccess inside public_html. I tried that too still not serving with compression.

    Am I missing something, or is it a long and drawn out process to get gzip to work?
     
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