Do you use Gzip?
30/05/2019 5:06 PM by
Gzip is a file format and a software application used for file compression and decompression.
Gzip can reduce file size and storage space, and reduce transmission time when transferring files over the network. It runs on both Linux and Windows.
Use PageSpeed Insights extension in Chrome to determine if your site will benefit from using Gzip.
For more information about how to use PageSpeed to find which files on your site would benefit from being compressed with Gzip see Do-you-use-PageSpeed.
Three ways to add Gzip compression to your site:
Use one of the methods described below to add Gzip compression to your site ASP.Net/Angular website
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