• Resolved tsasaki


    Hi, I just started using your product & it looks good.

    I really want gzip compression, & it seems that your product comes with gzip compression. But for whatever reason, even though I activated it, optimized, & also waited a week, websites such as pingdom are claiming that I still don’t have gzip compression. Any thoughts on what could be the issue?

    A separate issue is how does your product interact with EWWW image optimizer? What should I enable or disable to ensure maximum results or at least no interference? Thanks so much.

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  • Plugin Support Kowsar Hossain


    It appears that your site has gzip enabled. Here’s a screenshot for reference: https://prnt.sc/ZFs3tJAK7GpQ.

    You can also verify gzip compression using other tools such as: https://www.giftofspeed.com/gzip-test/.

    Regarding the EWWW Image Optimizer, I cannot confirm if WP-Optimize interferes with any 3rd-party plugins without conducting proper compatibility testing. Given the vast number of plugins available, testing them all would be impractical.

    However, as a general precaution, if two plugins share a similar feature, I recommend disabling that feature in one of the plugins and utilizing the other plugin for that specific function. This approach should help you avoid potential conflicts between the plugins. I hope this clarifies your query.

    With that being said, if you encounter any conflicts between WP-Optimize and other plugins, please don’t hesitate to create a new support topic. We’ll be glad to assist you. Thank you.

    Thread Starter tsasaki


    Hi, I saw your screenshot which is great. Thank you for your help.

    However, when I check on pingdom, it keeps saying I don’t have it at all (0 with “F” rating). When I went to giftofspeed, it says “Error: Maximum (20) redirects followed” Is there something that I am not aware of?

    In addition, when I compare the loading speed of the site with & without WP compress, it doesn’t seem noticeably different. I used an eyeball check as well as pingdom (after doing a full cache clearance & waiting a few days). Is there something that might be blocking the gzip?

    • This reply was modified 9 months, 2 weeks ago by tsasaki.
    Plugin Support Kowsar Hossain



    It appears to me that Pingdom is incorrect. You could contact Pingdom support and ask them for clarification.

    Could you please share a screenshot of the “Error: Maximum (20) redirects followed” message?

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