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  • Plugin Author Dev49.net

    (@dev49net)

    Hi,
    Thanks for your kind words.

    Expiration date is something that is specified in server configuration, not a plugin itself. Please take a look at this StackOverflow thread: http://webmasters.stackexchange.com/questions/5265/how-do-i-set-expiration-headers-for-css-js-and-images. The suggested way to do it is to set expiration date for all png/css/js/etc files in .htaccess.

    Please also take these words into consideration:

    Have in mind that these hints are recommendable but not absolute truth. They are more to save you a bandwidth than to speed up your website . So if you have a low traffic to your site do not worry too much about this.

    So even setting expiration date to all your static image files will not improve your performance too much.

    Kind regards,
    Daniel Wroblewski

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