How to Get the Book
To get the PDF, lifetime updates, and all bonus material*:
- Click the “Buy” button to purchase with credit card or PayPal account
- After making payment you will be redirected back to htaccessbook.com
- Register for membership and check your email for your password
- Log in and visit the Members Area for downloads and more
*Does not include printed book (currently out of stock).
Note: if the registration email does not arrive shortly after purchase, please check your spam folder. If you find the email in your spam folder please mark it as “Not Spam” to ensure future communication. If the email is nowhere to be found, please contact me and I will be glad to help.
.htaccess made easy is written for web designers, site admins, and hobbyists who want to learn how to become an .htaccess ninja. To use the examples and techniques in the book, you’ll need a server running Apache, a good FTP program, and your favorite browser. Oh, and a ninja suit.
Included with Purchase
Purchase entitles you to the following items:
- .htaccess made easy in PDF/eBook format
- Free book updates for the life of the book
- Free access to the .htaccess Help Forums
- Free template files and other bonus material
And of course, excellent customer support :)
After purchasing the book, you are free to create/use multiple copies of the book on different devices, but only for yourself (i.e., single-user license). Each digital copy of the book contains a unique security key and is identified with your purchase information (name, email, et al).
Purchase entitles you to download new versions of the book for FREE. To download the current version of the book and all extras, log in and visit the Members Area.
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Note: the .htaccess Help Forums are temporarily offline while they are being moved to their new home at Perishable Press. In the meantime, if you need help with .htaccess, please include your username and send your question via contact form. I will be sure to respond and try to help. Thank you.
Your purchase gives you free lifetime access to the .htaccess Help Forums. When posting questions and responses in the forums, please use common courtesy, avoiding things like profanity, rude or offensive language, slurs, threats, etc. The forums are there to provide help, so if you need to vent about something, please choose another venue.
Users who refuse to abide by these simple rules will be banned temporarily, like a timeout. I also reserve the right to edit or delete topics and replies for any reason, which usually is for formatting purposes and to keep things legible.
When using the forums to receive or provide help, please use clear language so that others may understand what you're saying. If you're including code, please wrap it with
code> tags. Linking to other sites is allowed if relevant to the discussion.
In the forums, I try to use my experience with and knowledge of .htaccess to try and help people with their questions and issues. I've been designing and developing websites for over 10 years now, and almost all of it has been on Apache servers. I enjoy helping people with .htaccess, but there's no guarantee that I (or anyone else in the forums) will be able to provide a solution to every question. We'll do our best though :)
With regards to the book itself, billing, invoices, and so on, contact me for help.
A working list of changes to the book and template files is available in the ChangeLog.
Book Feedback and Errata
Every effort has been made to ensure accuracy of the information in the book, but mistakes happen. If you find an error or something that could be improved, please let me know.
Please address any questions via my contact form at Perishable Press.
About the Author
Jeff Starr is a professional developer, designer, author, and publisher with over 15 years of experience. His books include Digging into WordPress, The Tao of WordPress, .htaccess made easy, and WordPress Themes In Depth.
In addition to books, Jeff writes tutorials on WordPress, web development, security, and much more at Perishable Press, DigWP.com, and WP Mix. He runs his own design business at Monzilla Media, served for two years as WordPress Editor for Smashing Magazine, and authored a series of video tutorials on securing WordPress sites.
Over the years, Jeff has developed over two hundred WordPress themes and sites, and also maintains a sweet collection of free WordPress plugins. He also sells a growing collection of premium WordPress plugins over at Plugin Planet.