Support » Plugin: HTTP Headers » Fix for mod_fcgid mod_headers conflict

  • Resolved koen Huybrechts

    (@koenhuybrechts)


    When using mod_fcgid and mod_headers, there is a conflict which makes it impossible to use Apache to set the headers. This means I’m obligated to use the deprecated features to set the headers by PHP.

    Any reasons why you deprecated the option to set the headers by PHP?

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  • Plugin Author Dimitar Ivanov

    (@zinoui)

    In the PHP mode this plugin is able to set HTTP headers to HTML Documents. But can’t set headers to your resources, e.g. js, css, fonts, images. For example the Expires header for image/png. The same for Content-Encoding header.

    This is why the Apache mode is always preferred.
    However, you can still use the PHP mode, just keep in mind above limitations.

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