Support » Plugin: WebP Converter for Media » Cant see converted images in Browser

  • Resolved hove4u

    (@hove4u)


    Hello, Conversion is done without errors with GD. images are not delivered in browser. any ideas?
    Thanks

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  • Plugin Author Mateusz Gbiorczyk

    (@mateuszgbiorczyk)

    I can’t see anywhere: mod_mime, mod_rewrite and mod_expires. This should occur in phpinfo().

    hove4u

    (@hove4u)

    just double checked moments ago with the host these are enabled

    Authn_file_module
    Deflate_module
    Env_module
    Expires_module
    Headers_module
    Mime_module
    Rewrite_module
    Rpaf_module
    Setenvif_module
    Fastcgi_module
    Proxy_module
    Proxy_fcgi_module
    SSL_module
    Http_module
    Core_module
    Mpm_prefork_module

    Plugin Author Mateusz Gbiorczyk

    (@mateuszgbiorczyk)

    I don’t see this in phpinfo(), so it doesn’t work.

    hove4u

    (@hove4u)

    I just checked the other host with phpinfo and its not there either . but it works fine

    https://yerevanet.com/phpinfo.php

    hove4u

    (@hove4u)

    Thanks very much Mateusz . sorry to take up your valuable time. we may try and see the cause with the host . meanwhile i will check back your posts for solutions

    YOUR APP IS Excellent in comparison .

    Keep up !!!

    Plugin Author Mateusz Gbiorczyk

    (@mateuszgbiorczyk)

    Good. If you find a reason please let me know. I will be grateful!

    hove4u

    (@hove4u)

    Sure. have a good day

    hove4u

    (@hove4u)

    OK Mateusz.. Here is what the host figured out. now works fine..

    On The stack for all the static content was being served from the nginx that is why the plugins were not able to make the changes, I have removed these format from the nginx so that it can be served from the apache and changes can occur
    We have designed our webstack in such a way that we get both performance and stability out of it , as we know Nginx is well known for performance and Apache for Stability so we used them both and put varnish in between creating a perfect combination so that all the static content is served by Nginx and then it passes Dynamic content to Apache which is cached by Varnish in between so we get stability from back and speed from front.

    Regards

    Plugin Author Mateusz Gbiorczyk

    (@mateuszgbiorczyk)

    Good 🙂 Can I still help you?

    hove4u

    (@hove4u)

    Thank you Mateusz its all working well with your smooth plugin

    Plugin Author Mateusz Gbiorczyk

    (@mateuszgbiorczyk)

    @hove4u, I’m glad. I’m glad to hear.

    In that case, can I ask you to add a review? I will be very grateful!

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