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  • “Windows IIS is not supported, but could be manually configured. Any IIS experts are welcome to contribute.”

    Do you offer any instructions or pointers as what has to be done to get Adaptive Images working on IIS? I have full access to the host computer and the IIS web server via remote login.

    Thanks.

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  • Plugin Author Takis Bouyouris

    (@nevma)

    Hello, there,

    Now this is something we have not tested, but I believe should work at least in principle. What needs to be done manually (after the plugin is activated and its settings saved) is to redirect image requests internally to the Adaptive Images script which is the adaptive-images-script.php file inside the plugin files.

    This is something I have no idea how to do in IIS and would certainly need some testing and perhaps debugging afterwards. In Apache one can easily (more or less) tamper with the htaccess file and do these things automatically. In NginX one needs to make some manual changes, but these are more or less standard.

    Let me know if this helps and how it goes. I would love to hear that we can ultimately support IIS!

    Cheers,
    Takis

    Thanks for the prompt reply Takis. I certainly know how to do 301 redirects for pages, but I have no idea how to redirect an image request to a code file. I guess I’ll have to play with it. I’ll let you know if I meet with any success.

    Plugin Author Takis Bouyouris

    (@nevma)

    One more word though: the redirect I am talking about is not an HTTP redirect like the 301. It is an internal redirect where the server is handing the control for the current request over to some bit of code or module that it possesses.

    I would love it if you could share your solution with us when you make it!

    Cheers,
    Takis

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