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  • WP Super Cache has an option for Super Cache Compression with the notation:

    Compression is disabled by default because some hosts have problems with compressed files.

    I had this option enabled in my personally-hosted blog, but I just got an e-mail from a user who said they were being prompted to download GZIP’d HTML files. Unfortunately, I can’t reproduce this user’s symptoms. (The blog output looks fine for me in my browsers.)

    Are there particular Apache modules and/or directives I need to enable to make Super Cache Compression work? I’m using Apache/2.2.14 under Gentoo.

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  • Bump. Any help here? I can’t find any useful discussion on this topic here on the WP Support forums, on the author’s website, or elsewhere on the web.

    It seems to happen once in a blue moon, but happens more often on some sites (I don’t know why). Try using the plugin in half-on mode where PHP can control things a little better.

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