Last Updated on Saturday, 11 May 2013 06:14 Written by Richi González Monday, 13 May 2013 12:00
Today I will show you how to add a new Rewrite Rule to your Clip-Bucket powered website, such as /myaccount, /videos, etc. You must have a page previously created, of course. This can be adapted to any website that uses Rewrite Rules (apache mod_rewrite).
1. Let’s say you have a page called my_earnings.php, and you regularly access it by going to http://yoursite.tld/my_earnings.php and we want the SEO URL to just be /myearnings.Learn More
Last Updated on Tuesday, 16 April 2013 09:07 Written by Joe Stenhouse Thursday, 18 April 2013 12:00
WHAT IS APACHE MOD REWRITE
Apache Mod Rewrite is an Apache mod that provides a rule-based rewriting engine to rewrite requested URLs on the fly. In layman’s terms: you can change the url that people see in your browser bar to something of your choice. There “are” however rules about this that should be followed especially when it comes to Search Engine Optimization and how Google handles the url’s. Most just know how to “turn SEO URL” on from the Opencart system settings but few actually know how it works and to be fair most don’t. This is for those that want a little better understanding on the process. I find that having knowledge, is power, and gives you the ability to maximize your efficiency on the web with your online commerce store. We won’t delve into the actual code on the APACHE side but more so on the Opencart side.Learn More
Last Updated on Thursday, 30 June 2011 01:10 Written by Goran Ilic Thursday, 23 June 2011 11:30
With every online available software or CMS system, there comes a problem with vulnerability and hacking attempts. If you follow these few easy steps, you are able to add some extra security to your CMS Made Simple installation!
1. Use better login names and passwordsLearn More
Last Updated on Tuesday, 8 February 2011 06:40 Written by Naveed Ashraf Tuesday, 8 February 2011 01:49
Applied on: cPanel (Linux) hosting
First, lets be clear about what Apache-Handler is: it is a means of telling the Apache software how to process a given type of file. By default, Apache only handles certain file types. You can configure Apache handlers for other file types using cPanel.Learn More
Last Updated on Monday, 12 January 2009 12:12 Written by Victor Gebhardt Thursday, 8 January 2009 05:30
Servers by default display information via Apache and PHP that makes them vulnerable. With Apache, the version number and installed module versions are listed at the bottom of 404 error pages. With PHP, because it runs on our servers as CGI, when it processes php scripts, it adds the “X-Powered By” and displays the version number. In both cases this is not desirable as attackers can use such information to compromise the server.Learn More