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    Aaron Smith

    Greetings BoldGrid Team,

    Since upgrading our PHP version from 7.2.5 to 7.4.6, in W3 Total Cache, the HTTP ( gzip ) compression causes “Content Encoding Error” on our WordPress sites. If we disable this option, the issue is not present.

    Do you provide any support for this issue with the free version of W3 Total Cache?

    Marko Vasiljevic

    Hello Aaron,

    Thank you for reaching out and thanks for choosing W3 Total Cache.
    As I’ve mentioned in the topic you opened in wp.org, there are no issues with gzip compression in PHP 7.4 with W3TC.
    Most likely you have a double compression, meaning the gzip is enabled on the server or Zlib compression, or with some other plugin.
    I’ve checked this on a couple of websites on PHP 7.4 + and there are no issues whatsoever with the gzip compression.

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