Pak Jiddat

Read: In the name of thy Lord Who createth, Createth man from a clot. Read: And thy Lord is the Most Bounteous, Who teacheth by the pen, Teacheth man that which he knew not. Nay, but verily man is rebellious That he thinketh himself independent!. Lo! unto thy Lord is the return. (Sura Alalaq 96:8)

Using RewriteCond directives

Created On: 29 Mar, 2017: 17:05:06 - Tags : web servers


It describes how to use RewriteCond directives in Apache configuration. RewriteCond is provided by mod_rewrite module

Related Articles

  1. PrivateTmp systemd option prevents access to tmp folder
  2. Generating free SSL certificate from LetsEncrypt on localhost
  3. INADEQUATE_SECURITY - SSL Cipher problems with HTTP2
  4. Preventing browsers from caching content
  5. Making HTTP POST requests from Google Chrome
  6. Increasing web server timeout
  7. Redirect http to https with Apache
  8. Creating and Installing Apache Self Signed Certificate
  9. Using flags with rewrite rule
  10. Redirecting without mod_rewrite using regular expressions in htaccess
  11. Generate Certificate Signing Request (CSR) for ssl certificates
  12. Disabling output buffering with mod_fcgid
  13. Configuring Apache mod status
  14. Allowing Cross Origin Requests using htaccess
  15. Redirect http to https with Nginx
  16. Access control directives for Apache
  17. Blocking visitors by http method using LimitExcept Apache directive
  18. Passing query parameters to proxy server in Nginx
  19. Use of Preflight request in HTTP Cross Origin Resourse Sharing (CORS)