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Apache send HTML without comments

I have a problem with my Apache Webserver, I got 2 environments: Development and Production. Both have the same configuration, but the first one sends the HTMLs exactly as they've been created, the ...
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1answer
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Enabling gzip compression in apache2 web server

I am trying to enable the zgip compression in apache2 web server, a quick googling helped me to fetch some instructions and I got to know that I need to edit httpd.conf which is inside /etc/apache2/ ...
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What reasons (if any) are there to *not* enable gzip compression for your web server?

Specifically I am working with IIS7, in case there are platform specific reasons, but I am curious in general. I know gzip compression is more CPU intensive for both the server and the client, but it ...
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3answers
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gzip compression good or bad?

I have a server that currently does a lot of processing in my application and the target users are those who have a very good internet connection. The output that is sent from the server is always ...
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1answer
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How does a web server/the http protocol handle version control and compression?

When a client browser requests a file from the web server, I know that some kind of check is performed, because the files needed to serve the web page may already be cached by the web browser. So, if ...
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2answers
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How GZipped contents are transfered on the web?

I heard that static contents like CSS and JavaScript can be better delivered in GZip format. And Content Developer Network (CDN) always does so. However I don't understand how the format works. First ...
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Nginx + Ubuntu 9.10, gzip not functioning

So I installed and configured Nginx 0.7.62 on a new Slicehost Ubuntu 9.10 slice. All seems to work fine with the server, except that gzip isn't working for one reason or another. I made sure that ...