Some test text!
WebViewer contains certain large files that are already compressed using brotli (abbreviated br) or gzip encoding. As the warning suggests for ideal performance your server should be adjusted to serve these files with the HTTP Content-Encoding header. (see https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/HTTP/Headers/Content-Encoding for more details on Content-Encoding).
Note that in order to serve files with Content-Encoding: br your site must use HTTPS rather than HTTP. This is due to behaviour in certain browsers (in particular Chrome) that leads them to reject brotli encoding served over HTTP.
The goal is to serve files within WebViewer containing ".gz." in their file name with "Content-Encoding: gzip" and files containing ".br." in their file name with "Content-Encoding: br".
WebViewer includes a
.htaccess file (in WebViewer/lib/core) that implements this logic for you.
Please make sure the
.htaccess file got copied over to your server, and that
.htaccess files are enabled. Please also make sure that your server has
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