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This modification for combined js and css files statical compression. The source files are compressed with maximum compression and replace original files in cache directory with source files are located in cache directory with nogzip extension.

.htaccess rules give the compressed files with gzip headers and none compressed for old browser.

In classes\Tools.php replace

file_put_contents($compressed_js_path, $content);
chmod($compressed_js_path, 0777);


file_put_contents($compressed_js_path.'.nogzip', $content);
chmod($compressed_js_path.'.nogzip', 0777);

$c = @gzencode($content, 9, FORCE_GZIP);
if (!empty($c)) {
   file_put_contents($compressed_js_path, $c);
   chmod($compressed_js_path, 0777);


file_put_contents($cache_filename, $content);
chmod($cache_filename, 0777);


file_put_contents($cache_filename.'.nogzip', $content);
chmod($cache_filename.'.nogzip', 0777);

$c = @gzencode($content, 9, FORCE_GZIP);
if (!empty($c)) {
   file_put_contents($cache_filename, $c);
   chmod($cache_filename, 0777);

Add to .htaccess

   RewriteEngine On
#redirect for Konqueror and old browsers
   RewriteCond %{HTTP:Accept-encoding} !gzip [OR]
   RewriteCond %{HTTP_USER_AGENT} Konqueror
   RewriteRule ^(.*)\.(css|js)$ $1.nogzip.$2 [QSA,L]

   Header append Vary User-Agent
#set Content-Encoding for css/js files

   Header set Content-Encoding: gzip
   Header set Cache-control: private

#reset Content-Encoding if nogzip

   Header unset Content-Encoding

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