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Helix conflict with Joomla Gzip

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Some time ago, I discoverede some problems using Joomla native Gzip, as compression was apparently not working according to Google pagespeed. The test suggested to turn on compression, even though Gzip was turned on.

I migrated the site to another host 2 months ago, and Gzip is still not working. In addition, native Gzip crashes the site with an error on "invalid or unsupported compression". I have tried other compression extensions, such as JCH Optimize, and Page Speed still dont see the site as compressed.

So, I have tried to eliminate conflicts with extension and today I tried to change the template. It turns out that only Joomshaper templates are causing the problem. I tried one template pre-helix (Eduka) and thats fine, so apparently there is a problem with the Helix framework.

I did notice some error on the site, dont know if its related:

Meddelelse: Objektet understøtter ikke denne egenskab eller metode
Linje: 24
Tegn: 4
Kode: 0

Any input on this? I am very eager to get Gzip running. Helix plugin is version 1.7.0 and Joomla is 1.5

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We'll look at it.


More than a month ago #Permalink
did you find a solution for that ? ? ? ?

Kawshar Ahmed - Senior Staff

More than a month ago #Permalink
I tested but could not see such a bug.

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