WordPress 3.5 and mod_pagespeed do NOT play well together

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  1. Thanks for the .htaccess solution, worked fine with WordPress 4.7.3.

  2. Steve says:

    Hi there,
    oh man … I thought I was the only one with this issue. I managed it with setting up a .htaccess “ModPagespeed off” inside the admin-folder but this end up in “backend works fine” vs. “loginpage looks bad”.

    Ur solution “2b” is the better one. Didn’t know that folders can be catched and the login is looking fine now too.

    Thx and cheers,
    Steve

    • Steve says:

      Ohh.. sorry tomatoes on my eyes. Digging old posts isn’t my favorit for normal : )

      I had this issue with the 4.6.1 Version of WP

      • Jon says:

        Its funny (in a sad funny sort of way) how many of my older wordpress posts, still contain the solution for todays problems.

  3. Hostgator doesn’t let me customize those settings and takes down every WP site I have… any suggestions?

  1. 2013-03-08

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