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    Hi

    i have a question looking for the get the answer soon

    i want to enable gzip compression for my website so to decrease the website load time...

    i know some setting needs to be done into the .htaccess file...

    can someone help me with the work around please as in what do i need to do,so gzip compression is enabled on the web server for my website...

    thanks in advance

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    Your hosting provider will have the best answers for your particular setup.

    Some cpanel setups take care of everything, for some on shared environments you may need to make a change to the .htaccess file, but again, your hosting provider will know the exact setting you need for your plan.

    Anything you get here will be a guess and may work or may not.

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    no the website company i hosted the site with...is dumb they dont know what is the meaning of Gzip.can you help me with the the .htaccess file configuration to enable gzip

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    Senior Member Webzarus's Avatar
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    Afraid if they don't know what it is, it's probably not turned on, which means it doesn't matter what you do, it's not going to work. Gzip compression is a module in apache that has to be enabled on the server level.

    If all else fails, google htaccess gzip compression, if it's turned on in Cpanel, I would have to assume it is installed, but if the htaccess file needs modification, google it.

    Warning... Warning... Warning... If done incorrectly, it can make your site invisible.


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