Google Mod Pagespeed Advanced Cache

We have enabled Mod Page Speed from Google on all our accounts as a way to increase performance.

This should not cause any problems on standard applications but if you have an advanced configuration or are in development on our platform, please disable mod_pagespeed with the following method.

create a file in the folder you wish to disable mod page speed called .htaccess if the file is already present you can add the following code.

<IfModule pagespeed_module>
ModPagespeed off
</IfModule>

This will disable the advanced compression, to re-enable you can switch off to on.

If you have any issues please open a ticket with support.

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