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  1. .htaccess File

    Dear all, As you know, an .htaccess file placed in a directory to be affected (protected) is useful in websites hosted in an Appache server to protect such directories from prying eyes. But I have noticed that recommendation is to place such files inside certain directories only, e.g., inside includes and views (that contains home page, shopping cart, listing of products, etc.) directories. I thought we could as well protect all other directories should there be no downside to protecting all. Any thoughts on why we should not include an .htaccess file inside all directories will be appreciated.
  2. Problem with index.html

    Hi Everyone, My problem is that Internet explorer is not finding my homepage.This is because IE is going to www.mysite.com/index.html and my homepage is not there.When I use firefox everthing works fine because it just goes to www.mysite.com. My site is http://www.boom.com.mt and my worldpress Permalink Settings are set to Post Name. I searched the issue and apparently I need to do something with the .htaccess but I have no clue what to do. Here below am pasting the current .htaccess file. Your help is much appreciatedClif My .htaccess is: # Use PHP5.4 as defaultAddHandler application/x-httpd-php54 .php # BEGIN WordPress<IfModule mod_rewrite.c>RewriteEngine OnRewriteBase /RewriteRule ^index.php$ - [L]RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} !-fRewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} !-dRewriteRule . /index.php [L]</IfModule> # END WordPress
  3. Here is what I want:I want to allow these domains:http://mydomain.comhttp://www.mydomain.com Want to disable these file types:jpg,jpeg,gif,png,bmp Want to redirect that request to:http://mydomain.com/sorry.html Actually this feature is provided by my host but due to some reason I can't enable this, I will have to do this manually.
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