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.html files of a website show a blank page page when Apache PageSpeed module is enabled on a Plesk server

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    Daniel

    Is there a way to make the a universal default for new domains when PageSpeed is enabled? The blank white page on new domains is troublesome.

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    Artyom Baranov (Edited )

    @Daniel?

    Hello! Did you try to enable the option Serve static files directly by nginx in Plesk > Domains > example.com > Apache & nginx Settings?

    Didn't it help?

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    adrianTNT (Edited )

    I too need a way to globally [un]set that "Smart static files processing", doesn't seem to be an option in service plan (for bulk syncing)

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    Alexandr Redikultsev

    You can use CLI interface for that, for example

    # plesk bin subscription --update-web-server-settings tests1.tld -nginx-transparent-mode true

    You can run it via the script for all subscriptions in case it is required.

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