HTML Minification/Compression

Minifying HTML

Minification (or compression) of an HTML document is the practice of removing unnecessary white spaces, without affecting the functionality of the document, but significantly reducing the loading time in Web browsers. While a minified HTML document gains in terms of performance, it is more difficult to read.

The resulting HTML document is a compressed version of the original file while the source HTML document is not affected.

Reduce the size of the HTML documents

This feature is available for HTML and CSS files.

Log4J Vulnerability Issue Update

December 17, 2021

New maintenance releases for the latest versions of Oxygen products are available to address the security issues posed by the Log4J vulnerability (CVE-2021-44228).

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