How to whitelist Pegasaas if you are running Incapsula

If you are running Incapsula with your website, you will need to whitelist the Pegasaas IP address in order to take advantage of many of the Pegasaas Accelerator features.  To whitelist the Pegasaas IP address, follow these steps:

  1. Log in to your Incapsula control panel 
  2. Select your site from the list provided
    Select Your Site
  3. Select the “Settings” menu option
    Select Settings
  4. Click the “Security” button
    Click Security Button
  5. Scroll down to the “Whitelist Specific Sources” section
    Scroll down to Whitelist Specific Sources section
  6. Add the following IP address to the input field:
    207.150.193.26
    Add IP Address
  7. Click the “Add” button
    Click the Add button
  8. Scroll up to the top of the page and click “Save”
    How to Whitelist Pegasaas if you are running Incapsula

At this point, it should take no more than 10 minutes for Incapsula to allow our services to evaluate your pages.

Google PageSpeed indicates that Pegasaas optimized images should be resized

You may find that you come across images in your page where Google PageSpeed indicates that compression and optimization that Pegasaas Accelerator has performed are not enough.  Google PageSpeed Insights may indicate that the image should be resized.

In these situations, if you can find the <img> tag within your website, you can explicitly define the width and height of the image.

For example, if you can find where the HTML is defined for an image:

<img src=”/some-folder/some-image.jpg” />

Try adding an explicit width and height to the image.

<img src=”/some-folder/some-image.jpg” width=”480″ height=”320″ />

When an explicit width and height is specified in the <img> tag, Pegasaas Accelerator will automatically resize the image appropriately.

Remember to size the image to no wider than the maximum width (and appropriate height to keep the aspect ratio) that the image will be displayed on a desktop browser.  Provided that your responsive CSS is defined  correctly, the image will resize down appropriately in smaller browser viewports.