While optimizing your website for website performance using tools (ex. GTmetrix), you’ll run into a “specify a vary: accept-encoding header” warning. What exactly does this mean? How can we fix this? In this tutorial, we’ll learn what’s the error and how we are going to resolve the issue. What is this warning? Accept-encoding header is… Read More »
Tag: Web Server
In a web server, let it be Apache or Nginx, if rewrite rules unable to touch the index file or root file, it shows an error of no input file specified. To fix this error we just need to locate the root location or file. For an instance, we have picked WordPress as a CMS… Read More »
Here in this post I’ll show you how to cache static content or files on Nginx. If you are not caching static content yet, tune it now, you’ll gain more speed just doing it. I’m assuming that you know the configuration directories and files of nginx and we can set the parameters in an http… Read More »
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Nginx configuration file located at /etc/nginx/nginx.conf has everything that makes a server flies or sinks. Below we have explained what each directive does. Let’s have a look and fine-tune your settings: Before we hit to configurations directly understand the structure first. HTTP Block: Global configurations. Server Block: Domain level configurations. Add inside the HTTP block.… Read More »
In the web hosting world having a faster internet connection is necessary. You shouldn’t be miser here because you’ll bottleneck everything here. For most of us, 100 Mb/s internet connection is fine, enough to host small blogs, websites, or any other non-internet intensive web project. But Gigabit internet is a commodity today, at least for… Read More »