PageSpeed is a WebServer module that automatically optimizes pages and the resources they use. Google offers it as a free service through their DNS product.

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Force ngx_pagespeed to use png8

I used ngx_pagespeed to optimize my web server with Nginx. One of the servers is an image reverse proxy that supposed to fetch images from a remote server, optimize it, and send back to the client. ...
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Can I use the Nginx PageSpeed module together with SSI?

Is it possible to use the Nginx PageSpeed module together with SSI? I can't get SSI up and running when PageSpeed is enabled. But as soon as I disable PageSpeed, SSI works again: location ~ ...
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mod_pagespeed own js and css render blocking

My mod_pagespeed gives a lower score because it's own js and css are render blocking. Given that the tool is designed to speed up, not slow down, I don't think this is desired behavior by design. Has ...
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Is it possible to configure a CDN so that it will step out of the way for a subset of regional IPs?

We have a website which targets customers in China, both expat and local Chinese. We have an ICP license which allows us to host in a datacenter inside China. Internet in China is actually as fast as ...
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Apache mod-pagespeed installation affects mod-spdy?

Recently my site (an https connection, running on an Amazon EC2 ubuntu apache2.2) has this issue where I need to load the page several times (3-4) before it will load normally without issue. It will ...
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How to cache particular file in folder using .htaccess

i tried google and found one solution at 'http://webmasters.stackexchange.com/questions/24881/cache-a-particular-image-using-htaccess' but it cache all the file of folder, i want to cache only ...
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Nginx Installation generating Error 127

NginX installation is generating make: * [install] Error 127 Error. /root/nginx/nginx_1.4.6/debian/nginx-common.dirs: 1: /root/nginx/nginx_1.4.6/debian/nginx-common.dirs: etc/nginx: not found ...
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How to get IIS to accept-encoding: gzip(gfe)

Google's PageSpeed Service forwards requests with the accept-encoding header set to gzip(gfe). Unfortunately IIS chokes on this with the following: HTTP/1.1 400 Bad Request Content-Type: text/html; ...