Enabling mod_deflate with Your Hosting Account
Mod_deflate is an Apache Web server module installed on all of our Linux hosting accounts by default. For more information, see What is mod_deflate?
If you want to use mod_deflate, you need to know what kind of hosting account you have. For more information, see What type of hosting account do I have?
Our Linux Web Hosting hosting accounts have mod_deflate enabled by default. This compresses all text type files requested from it. You can disable mod_deflate on a per-directory basis and it applies recursively. You can place the following in a
.htaccess file to disable mod_deflate:
Our Classic Hosting accounts do not enable mod_deflate at the global level, but you can enable it in your
.htaccess file. You can enable it on a per-directory basis and it applies recursively. You can place the following in a
For more information, see: