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i have question about GZIP compression, actualy my wordpress website doesn't have .htaccess to be able to use that feature, so can i create .htaccess file only for gzip, it won't change anything on website?

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Please note there is a dedicated site for wordpress on SE - wordpress.stackexchange.com –  Vince Pettit Jun 28 '12 at 7:50
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You can add it to the existing .htaccess file your Wordpress creates for SE friendly URLs. If you don't have an htaccess file from Wordpress then you can create your own with the GZIP code in it and it won't break Wordpress at all.

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Aaah ok, thank you so much for precise answer! –  Test Jun 27 '12 at 14:19
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