Htaccess Guide

htaccess is a very ancient configuration file that controls the Web Server running your website, and is one of the most powerful configuration files you will ever come across. .htaccess has the ability to control access of the WWW‘s HyperText Transfer Protocol (HTTP) using Password Protection, 301 Redirects, rewrites, and much much more. This is… Read More Htaccess Guide

HTACCESS Rewrite for alternate Development Favicon

Htaccess Rewrites can be super easy and super helpful. Alternate Favicons For developers with a production AND a development environment, it can be useful to be able to quickly differentiate which site you are currently working on just by glancing at the favicion.   HTACCESS Rewrite for Development Favicon #=======[ Separate favicons for development vs… Read More HTACCESS Rewrite for alternate Development Favicon

Control Apache CPU, Memory, and Processes with httpd.conf

The following Apache HTTPD directives are for controlling processes launched by Apache children. Raising the maximum resource limit requires that the server is running as root, or in the initial startup phase. They apply to processes forked off from Apache children servicing requests, not the Apache children themselves. This includes CGI scripts and SSI exec… Read More Control Apache CPU, Memory, and Processes with httpd.conf