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Imporving Leverage Browser Caching

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I need to improve my leverage browser caching.  I have this exact code in my htaccess file but it does not seem to be effective.  Plus, I see this code written differently all over the web.  Ie. some have # in front and some don't. Others use different coding, etc...

How exactly should my code look like.  See below.

<IfModule mod_expires.c>
  #ExpiresActive On
  #ExpiresByType image/gif "now plus 9 years"
  #ExpiresByType image/jpg "now plus 9 years"
  #ExpiresByType image/png "now plus 9 years"
  #ExpiresByType image/x-icon "now plus 9 years"
  #ExpiresByType text/html "now plus 9 days"
  #ExpiresByType text/txt "now plus 9 days"
  #ExpiresByType text/css "now plus 20 days"
  #ExpiresByType text/js "now plus 9 years"
  #ExpiresByType image/ico "now plus 30 days"
  #ExpiresByType application/javascript "now plus 2 weeks"
  #ExpiresByType application/x-javascript "now plus 2 weeks"
</IfModule>
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