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    Description: mod_gzip is an Apache module which compresses static html pages using Gzip, according to IETF standards for browsers that accept gzip enconding (IE, Netscape, etc). mod_gzip may accelerate the download time for pages 4/5 times and I strongly suggest you use mod_gzip in your webserver. However, due to a lack of a filtering mechanism between modules in Apache 1.x.x, there is no way to compress PHP generated output using mod_gzip. Therefore, we have to build our own...

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    Date Added:03/08/2005
    Last Updated:03/08/2005

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