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Version 1.7 now available! This update to the First Edition of .htaccess made easy features some great improvements, including new techniques and updated template files. Here is a summary of changes:
This tutorial explains how to quickly add custom HTTP headers using a bit of .htaccess. Estimated 30 seconds to read and add your own custom header.
This tutorial explains how to remove two or more forward slashes // from URL requests. The technique uses the RedirectMatch directive of Apache’s mod_alias module. Simple copy-&-paste technique.
Apache provides a convenient way to conditionally check for its version number, which can be useful when writing directives that require specific modules and configurations. This tutorial explains how it’s done with a few simple examples.
“Directory indexes”, aka “directory indexing”, “directory views”, or “directory listings”, are easy to disable using a small slice of .htaccess. This quick tutorial shows you how to make it happen in two seconds.