Tips to speed up WordPress, serve gzip compressed static HTML files

Who said WordPress is slow on Windows Server IIS? Gzip compress and serve WP-Super-Cache or Cache Enabler static HTML files, to supercharge your WordPress blog. Here is how to serve gzip compressed HTML files through Windows Server IIS: create smaller, compressed, static HTML files, that are downloaded faster. This works with WP-Super-Cache and Cache Enabler…

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IIS URL Rewrite “Rewrite Module error: Expression contains a repeat expression”

How to fix the URL Rewrite Module error “Rewrite error: Expression contains a repeat expression” on Windows Server IIS. Jan ReilinkMy name is Jan. I am not a hacker, coder, developer or guru. I am merely a systems administrator, doing my daily thing at Vevida. If you feel a post has helped solve your problem,…

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Enable HSTS in IIS website

How to enable HTTP Strict-Transport-Security (HSTS) on IIS

Set up HTTP Strict-Transport-Security (HSTS) in Windows Server IIS. Scott Hanselman wrote a great post on how to enable HTTP Strict-Transport-Security (HSTS) on IIS web servers, and here is some more technical information about HSTS in IIS, and other security headers… Jan ReilinkMy name is Jan. I am not a hacker, coder, developer or guru.…

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HTTPS for WordPress

Redirect HTTP to HTTPS

In this post I provide you various HTTP to HTTPS redirection methods, for Windows Server IIS and Linux Apache. Use these examples to your advantage to secure the traffic between your visitors and your website. Jan ReilinkMy name is Jan. I am not a hacker, coder, developer or guru. I am merely a systems administrator,…

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Drupal Boost

Boost Drupal performance with Boost

Boost Drupal performance on Windows Server IIS. Besides WinCache on IIS, you can improve Drupal’s performance by installing the Drupal BOOST module. For this module to work you need to disable Drupal’s own caching mechanism, and you need access to the server variable CONTENT_TYPE in URL Rewrite. Here is how… Jan ReilinkMy name is Jan.…

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