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Use Persistent Connections (keep-alive)
07-18-2010, 10:04 PM
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RE: Use Persistent Connections (keep-alive)
Yes that is why I suggested that piece of code that I found.

It looks like your do_headers() is some sort of global function that you might be able to add the content length easily.

However, I am not an advanced or even intermediate PHP programmer so my code might be a bit off. I just found it through Google.

If nobody here knows the answer, you might find a PHP forum through Google and ask on there how to set a PHP header for content-length and see if that influences the results on webpagetest any. I think it should if the content length is set correctly.
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