I am having problems trying to use Gzip on my server.
I went ahead and downloaded Gzip and uploaded to my server.
I checked to see if my server enables gzip and zlib and it does.
I then added:
php_flag zlib.output_compression On
to my .htaccess file,
which I found directions for here:http://blog.jc21.com/2007-02-08/how-to-use-gzip-to-load-your-site-faster/
When I did that I get an internal server error.
I called my hosting company and she said that php_flag zlib.output_compression On is the wrong syntax.
She didn’t really sound like she knew what she was talking about though.
Can anyone help me with how to do this?
that can be added to my.htaccess file and seems to be pretty straight forward, but It looks for mod_gzip.c on my server and I do not have that anywhere(I looked in the Gzip files that I have uploaded to my server). When added to my .htaccess file, I get no errors, so I would love to use this if I had that mod_gzip.c
I’m on a linux server with PHP Version 5.2.11.
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