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  • Hi,
    I noticed that the ‘W3 Total Cache’ plugin only gzip Compress the index/landing page. All other pages are not compressed. why is that?
    Did I miss anything in the settings? How to gzip compress ALL the pages
    in the Website?


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  • That’s not true. It will gzip any post/page in your site.

    To clarify things:
    In my first post I should have specified that I am not using an Apache server but my WordPress blog is running on Windows II6 server. My observation in my first post is true. It will only gzip the index page but not any internal pages. There are many compression tools to check.
    Also I got an email from you, Frederick (on Dec. 28, 2010) stating:
    “Right now, W3TC cannot control compression and headers and a few other things on IIS. Sorry. You will have to enable those options manually.”

    FYI: I already enabled HTTP compression for the blog on the server.

    You can use the directives on the install tab of the plugin to try to migrate the settings to IIS using the wizard/import tools. You can also manually enable compression as well on your own using the IIS control panels.

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