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References Comprehensive guide to. Nov 28th, 17' I am sure that most of you have heard of htaccess, if just vaguely, and that you may think you have a fair idea of what can be done with an htaccess file. You are more than likely mistaken about that, however. Regardless, even if you have never heard of htaccess and what it can do for you, the intention of this tutorial is to get you two moving along nicely together.
If you have heard of htaccess, chances are that it has been in relation to implementing custom error pages or password protected directories. But there is much more available to you through the marvelously simple. Many people seem to have some confusion over the naming convention for the file, so let me get that out of the way.
It is not file. Chances are that your editor will append its default file extension to the name ex: You need to remove the. You can do this by right clicking on the file and renaming it by removing anything that doesn't say.
You can also rename it via telnet or your ftp program, and you should be familiar enough with one of those so as not to need explaining. This makes the file usable by the server, but prevents it from being read by a browser, which can seriously compromise your security.
For example, if you have password protected directories, if a browser can read the htaccess file, then they can get the location of the authentication file and then reverse engineer the list to get full access to any portion that you previously had protected.
There are different ways to prevent this, one being to place all your authentication files above the root directory so that they are not www accessible, and the other is through an htaccess series of commands that prevents itself from being accessed by a browser, more on that later Most commands in htaccess are meant to be placed on one line only, so if you use a text editor that uses word-wrap, make sure it is disabled or it might throw in a few characters that annoy Apache to no end, although Apache is typically very forgiving of malformed content in an htaccess file.
There are similar capabilities for NT servers, though in my professional experience and personal opinion, NT's ability in these areas is severely handicapped. But that's not what we're here for. It is important to note that this can be prevented if, for example, you did not want certain htaccess commands to affect a specific directory by placing a new htaccess file within the directory you don't want affected with certain changes, and removing the specific command s from the new htaccess file that you do not want affecting this directory.
In short, the nearest htaccess file to the current directory is treated as the htaccess file. If the nearest htaccess file is your global htaccess located in your root, then it affects every single directory in your entire site. Before you go off and plant htaccess everywhere, read through this and make sure you don't do anything redundant, since it is possible to cause an infinite loop of redirects or errors if you place something weird in the htaccess.
I can't stress this enough: You need to make sure you are allowed to use htaccess before you actually use it. Some things that htaccess can do can compromise a server configuration that has been specifically setup by the admin, so don't get in trouble.
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The mod_rewrite module uses a rule-based rewriting engine, based on a PCRE regular-expression parser, to rewrite requested URLs on the fly. By default, mod_rewrite maps a URL to a filesystem path. However, it can also be used to redirect one URL to another URL, or to invoke an internal proxy fetch.
Learn how to use mod_rewrite and initiativeblog.comss file to force your website's visitors the initiativeblog.comss file and test it with a new blank one.
If it works, then remove that file and rename the original one back initiativeblog.comss and insert it at the top of the file. in initiativeblog.comss, and all of my pages forward to HTTPS properly except.
initiativeblog.comss rewrite rules Direct requests for one subdirectory to a different subdirectory or the primary directory (document root) Example: You should check your initiativeblog.comss file for rewrite rules that might match other rewrite rules.
You may also need to initiativeblog.comss files in subdirectories. RewriteRule redirect everything except one folder. Ask Question. Rewrite all URLs except one.
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