Add Google pagespeed integration
While mod_pagespeed integration is yet coming,
Plesk has recently got PageSpeed Insights extension (https://ext.plesk.com/packages/3d2639e6-64a9-43fe-a990-c873b6b3ec66-pagespeed-insights). Feel free to install and let us know what you think
John Shiells commented
caution: adding mod_pagespped breaks websites when NGINX is proxy. you have to turn off static file processing by NGINX.
This is not really a solution Plesk people :) Nginx pagespeed needs to be used instead of the one for Apache.
John Shiells commented
ngx_pagespeed is needed as well!
Daniel Hendricks commented
I would like to see this as well. I would be concerned about static HTM(L) files.
Currently, when mod_pagespeed is enabled in Plesk for Apache, HTM/HTML files come up blank. The recommended fix is to "Serve [htm/html] files directly by nginx" to bypass.
It's pretty ugly as it breaks the default Plesk new web site skeleton pages (most of which have .html extensions). There is nothing like signing up for new hosting and you are greeting with a white page (I fixed it by renaming the .html files to .php and advise users to serve .htm(l) files through nginx, but that's not really a "fix").
Tomasz Adamiec commented
So ngx_pagespeed integration for Nginx is planed? :)
One feedback about the Plesk extension: It is necessary to enable a re-evaluation of every site!
I'm also voting for it!.
Greets and thanks for amazing PLESK ! ! !
Viktor Vogel commented
The PageSpeed Insights extension now supports the installation of the Apache module in version 1.1.0 - https://ext.plesk.com/packages/3d2639e6-64a9-43fe-a990-c873b6b3ec66-pagespeed-insights
The support of the Nginx module is not possible with the extension since you have to manually (re-)compile Nginx with the PageSpeed module. The delivered Nginx binary by Plesk does not contain the PageSpeed module.
This tutorial might help you if you want to install PageSpeed manually in Nginx: https://talk.plesk.com/threads/install-page-speed-google-nginx.335615/#post-790194
Plesk Please Please Please add Google page module. It has been many years since you behind others
Yes Luke is right. Please ad PageSpeed optimization module for Nginx via http://ngxpagespeed.com/
Luke Jon Gibson commented
There's already this, could this not be turned into an extention fairly easily? Automatic PageSpeed optimization module for Nginx http://ngxpagespeed.com/
Please include to Plesk nginx version with ngx_pagespeed module integrated and probably some dashboard options for enabling it and dssabling and adding rules.
Is there an ETA for mod_pagespeed and/or ngx_pagespeed?
Cool Dark commented
Thanks for the tool. Is there an ETA for mod_pagespeed and/or ngx_pagespeed?
Hello, I am also seeing the error with Cloudflare enabled. All my clients are using Cloudflare so the tool is useless in this moment.
I'm seeing this error as well using CloudFlare. Domain is not active or IP address does not resolve properly. Please select an active domain!
Giancarlo Di Massa commented
Thank you. is there an ETA on mod_pagespeed?
we need mod_pagespeed for apache2.4 and mod_pagespeed for nginx
the confusion was caused by overwriting original status rather than appending to it.
Notice, that the request remained opened and delivery of PageSpeed Insights didn't close it
However, while many of you were looking for mod_pagespeed specifically, potentially some of voters might have been interested in the PageSpeed Insights extension as well. That's why we considered appropriate to mention it here
Cristian Balan commented
Well. This is the insights. But we need mod_pagespeed for apache2 and mod_pagespeed for nginx