Apache parameters, htaccess
Information about the Apache parameters on webhosting, support of configuration file. Htaccess with a large range of options, settings and mod_rewrite.
Apache web servers on the webhosting servers offers support of modules mod_deflate, mod_rewrite and configuration files .htaccess.
Site compression (mod_deflate)
On the web hosting server is activated mod_deflate module, which compresses transmitted pages between the server and the browser.
Cache on the browser side (mod_expires)
This caching you can turn off or change its settings in the htaccess, viz. knowledge base: Caching files in the browser.
Support htaccess, mod_rewrite module
Configuration files can be used on the webhosting servers .htaccess in the directories, where there is also a module mod_rewrite for rewriting rules for URLs.
- setting error pages (eg, what to display when a non-existent page)
- limited access to the site or part of it by filtering of IP addresses of visitors
- password protect access to the directory or file
- modul mod_rewrite - rewriting URLs
- subdomains creation
- modul mod_expires - setting HTTP headers to cache static content in the browser
Allowed and disallowed commands
Allowed categories of htaccess commands:
In .htaccess files on webhosting is not allowed:
For more information and instructions search the knowledge base: htaccess na webhostingu
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