Using mod_expires, you can tell visiting browsers to hold on to certain files longer (likes images, which are rarely changed). ss. It should be added to the top of ss file. ## EXPIRES CACHING ## mod_expires.c> ExpiresActive On ExpiresByType. htaccess mod_expires / mod_cache / mod_deflate / mod_headers ss.
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We are happy to help, but it is difficult to troubleshoot since there can be many causes. There are 6 static components without a far-future expiration date. One being hard and ten being easy.
Leverage browser caching
I have made a more complete guide to Cache-Control here. This module is not always installed on all hosts.
Hmm, unbelievable, just tried it, and my Page Speed is for the first time over 90 and YSlow over 70…. Here is my code: The configuration which is given by Scott is working.
If so then go into httpd. You have to remember the mime-types of these types. Any suggestion for this?
I feel like its caching somewhere may be in proxy. When visiting a website, the website will cache in your browser. So we cannot go by the 2nd testing result like creating a new fileWe have to make this work for old files also.
Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. These are associated with file types, as an example the above code states that a. The above line is just a note.
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This streamlines the htaccess code. Hi, We are having excel files in docroot which will be often updated. The above method is called “Expires” and it works for most people using. If you keep the cache to a maximum of a year and a minimum of a month, you should have your browser caching working optimized for your site. Anything else is just wishful thinking.