Compression can be used to reduce traffic between the web server and the client browser. It usually improves download speed, though it requires some extra CPU activity to compress content.
- Dynamic compression in DotNetNuke has been deprecated in version 6.2, please use serverside compression instead.
- Host Settings "Performance Settings": GZip is preferred Compression Setting in most situations, though the differences towards deflate might be neglectable. Do not enable compression and whitespace filtering.
- Host Settings "Caching Settings": you may specify a regular expression for Paths to exclude from caching. As long as Whitespace Filter is not used, the other setting might be safely ignored.