Where are my NGINX settings?

NGINX is a popular web server software used to serve static and dynamic content on the web. Here is a guide on where to find NGINX settings in Plesk control panel:

  1. Log in to your Plesk control panel.
  2. Go to the “Websites & Domains” tab.
  3. Click on the “Apache & nginx Settings” link under the domain name for which you want to modify the settings.
  4. Here you can see the NGINX settings for your domain. You can modify the following settings:
    • Proxy mode: You can choose between “nginx” and “nginx as reverse proxy”. The “nginx” mode is used for serving static files while “nginx as reverse proxy” mode is used for serving dynamic content.
    • Enable or disable caching: You can enable or disable NGINX caching for your website (not typically recommended).
    • Enable or disable compression: You can enable or disable NGINX compression for your website.
    • Enable or disable security settings: You can enable or disable various security settings such as SSL/TLS, HTTP/2, and HSTS.
    • Add custom NGINX directives: You can add custom NGINX directives to further customize the NGINX configuration for your website.
  5. Once you have made the necessary changes, click on the “Apply” button to save the changes.

In conclusion, NGINX settings can be found in the “Apache & nginx Settings” section of the “Websites & Domains” tab in the Plesk control panel. You can modify various settings such as proxy mode, caching, compression, security settings, and add custom NGINX directives to optimize the performance and security of your website.

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