Tag Archives: mod_gzip

Make your websites work faster

In April 2010 Google announced, that speed of a web site will be considered as an aspect of web search ranking. This means that web site creators and webmasters need to optimize their websites. What is the best way to do … Continue reading

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Guide: How to enable mod_gzip compression for IIS7

Hi all! In this article we will tell you how to enable mod_gzip and make it work the way you want. The basics of the module are recounted in Introduction to mod_gzip. We’ll only remind that mod_gzip is used to … Continue reading

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Introduction to mod_gzip

Every day millions of web-servers around the world receive billions of bytes of network traffic. Each year the speed of Internet connections increases. Hosting providers offer perfect tariffs. It seems the mankind is going to forget about traffic saving problem … Continue reading

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Tuning WordPress with Helicon Ape on IIS7 (permalinks, browser/server caching, compression)

WordPress is a highly popular and rapidly growing open source CMS providing powerful blog-designing facilities. Accounting for its popularity we decided to write an article in which we’ll show how to optimize, speed up, prettify WordPress operation using Helicon Ape. So, … Continue reading

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