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Greetings all,

After running tests with Google PageSpeed, I believe my site could really benefit from compressing js/html/css/php files. Unfortunately, my host (Host Gator) does not support Mod_Gzip or Mod_Deflate. I was able to enable php compression through the ini file.

Is there another way to serve compressed files to browsers that support them, in a manner similar to Mod_Deflate?

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This question has been asked and answered here: http://www.joycebabu.com/blog/enabling-gzip-compression-if-mod_gzip-is-not-enabled.html

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