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control-panels:misc:how-to-check-gzip-compression-with-curl [2020/05/13 11:44]
Karson N. [Checking Gzip Compression With Wget]
control-panels:misc:how-to-check-gzip-compression-with-curl [2020/05/15 10:19] (current)
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 Knownhost wants your sites to perform optimally, so this module is enabled on our servers by default. ​ Knownhost wants your sites to perform optimally, so this module is enabled on our servers by default. ​
  
-You can add the .htaccess rules in cPanel via cPanel'​s Optimize Website interface or with the following deprecated ​API command ​((https://​documentation.cpanel.net/​display/​DD/​cPanel+API+1+Functions+-+OptimizeWS%3A%3Aoptimizews)) from the command line when logged into the server via SSH (replace '​username'​ with the actual cPanel user's name):+You can add the .htaccess rules in cPanel via cPanel'​s Optimize Website interface or with the following deprecated ((https://​documentation.cpanel.net/​display/​DD/​cPanel+API+1+Functions+-+OptimizeWS%3A%3Aoptimizews))[[https://​documentation.cpanel.net/​display/​DD/​cPanel+API+1+Functions+-+OptimizeWS%3A%3Aoptimizews|API command]] ​from the command line when logged into the server via SSH (replace '​username'​ with the actual cPanel user's name):
  
   cpapi1 --user=username OptimizeWS optimizews all text/html   cpapi1 --user=username OptimizeWS optimizews all text/html
control-panels/misc/how-to-check-gzip-compression-with-curl.txt · Last modified: 2020/05/15 10:19 by Karson N.