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Is it pointless to use the HTML5 Boilerplate .htaccess if you use WP Super Cache

  • The HTML5 Boilerplate .htaccess includes a lot of instructions for caching/setting expiration headers/and other stuff I don’t COMPLETELY understand.

    Are there any conflicts or overrides between the settings of WP Super Cache and the htaccess settings?

    I was thinking about adding bits and pieces from the HTML5 Boilerplate .htaccess to my own.

    [Huge chunk of code/rules moderated. Please use a pastebin.]
    http://wordpress.org/plugins/wp-super-cache/

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  • To be specific, I was thinking that the Compression, ETag Removal, and Expires Headers section of the .htaccess may interfere with WP Super Cache processes.

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