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  • Web Development
    Apache: Aliasing and RedirectionAliasing and redirection prev img
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    It's common for a client to send a request for a file that either does not exist on the server, or exists in a different location. This can occur for a variety of reasons. You might move your files around the server (or to a completely different server), or you may want to present a logical file system structure to connecting clients. Normally, these actions result in error message, but Apache's aliasing and redirection capabilities, available thanks to the mod_alias module, allow you to handle these scenarios by directing clients to the new resource location.Read More…
  • Web Development
    Apache 2 Basic Configuration on Unix-Like SystemsApache 2 basic configuration prev img
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    In a previous post, we had a look at the Apache HTTP server, what it is, and how it works. Today, we'll handle some of the most important Apache configuration directives, look at what they are for, and learn how to edit them, in order to mold the way our server works to our liking.Read More…
  • Web Development
    Apache 2 Advanced Configuration on Unix-Like SystemsPreview
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    In a previous tutorial, we took a look at some of the most basic, but important, Apache configuration directives - what they are for, and how to edit them to fit our needs. For a very basic website (perhaps one with just a few static HTML pages), those simple directives might be all you need to know. Chances are, however, you need a more complex website; today we will look at some advanced directives and configuration settings.Read More…
  • Web Development
    An Introduction to ApachePrev img 200x200
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    If Apache has always seemed like a black box to you, it's time to learn just what's going on behind the scenes! Read More…
  • News
    .htaccess Files for the Rest of UsHtaccess files for the rest of us 1
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    .htaccess files are used to configure Apache, as well a range of other web servers. Despite the .htaccess file type extension, they are simply text files that can be edited using any text-editor. In this article, we'll review what they are, and how you can use them in your projects.Read More…
  • Web Development
    An In-Depth Guide to mod_rewrite for Apache200x200
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    Twice a month, we revisit some of our readers’ favorite posts from throughout the history of Nettuts+. This tutorial was first published last September. When people think of .htaccess configuration, the first thing that might pop into their minds is URL manipulation with mod_rewrite. But they're often frustrated by mod_rewrite's complexity. This tutorial will walk you through everything you need to know for the most common mod_rewrite tasks.Read More…
  • Books
    Run Your Own Web Server Using Linux & ApacheWebserver
    Run Your Own Web Server Using Linux & Apache - Free 191 Page Preview Learn about everything you'll need to build and maintain your Linux servers, and to deploy Web applications to them. Whether you're planning on running Linux at home, or on a leased Web Server, this book will walk you step-by-step through all of the common administration tasks, from managing traffic reporting to log-file rotation. This guide even includes step-by-step instructions on installing Linux (Fedora 4), Apache 2.0, PHP 5 and MySQL 4.1 on a home or office development server, so you can test all of your applications before rolling them out. Read More…
  • PHP
    Supercharge Your CSS with PHP Under the HoodPreview
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    Cascading Style Sheets is a presentational style sheet language. In that sense, it does not have a lot of the functionality that many developers want to satisfy their programmer instincts. Today, we're going to go over how to supercharge your CSS by putting some PHP under the hood.Read More…
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