It’s possible with the Apache web server to compress files that are sent to the browser so less bandwidth is consumed and the load time should generally be faster. The module in Apache 2.0 and up is called mod_deflate and for older versions of Apache there was, what I recall as being, a third party module called mod_gzip.
To enable the gzip compression on your files, open your .htaccess in your files and add in the mod_deflate module for Apache compression
This goes in your root .htaccess file but if you have access to httpd.conf that is better.
This code uses the FilesMatch directive and the SetOutputFilter DEFLATE directive to only target files ending in .js or .css or .html or .htm or .php
Some file types are already compressed, such as graphics files, music files and related, so you shouldn’t attempt to compress those files types. Generally it will just be text files that you would want to compress.
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