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  1. I'm looking for directives that help solving the problem of redirecting a not existing subdomain towards the www subdomain. I know/guess .htaccess is used, but cant figure out how. My present situation is that existing subdomains are redirected well. I adjusted virtual hosts in this way: <VirtualHost *:80> ServerName mysite.dev ServerAlias mysite.dev *.mysite.dev DocumentRoot X:/wamp/www/TestVirtHost/ <Directory "X:/wamp/www/TestVirtHost/"> Options +Indexes +FollowSymLinks +MultiViews AllowOverride All Require local </Directory> </VirtualHost> my etc/hosts file has the following rules *.mysite.dev mysite.dev subdomain_one.mysite.dev subdomain_two.mysite.dev Can some expert explain please what the .htaccess should look like for the problem explained above.
  2. XAMPP: Apache Module Not Working

    Hello everyone. I tried to install and configure PHP and MySQL for use on my own website using XAMPP. However, the Apache module gives me an error each time I try to start it. 10:40:53 [main] Starting Check-Timer 10:40:53 [main] Control Panel Ready 10:41:07 [Apache] Problem detected! 10:41:07 [Apache] Port 80 in use by "Unable to open process" with PID 4! 10:41:07 [Apache] Apache WILL NOT start without the configured ports free! 10:41:07 [Apache] You need to uninstall/disable/reconfigure the blocking application 10:41:07 [Apache] or reconfigure Apache and the Control Panel to listen on a different port 10:41:07 [Apache] Attempting to start Apache app... 10:41:07 [Apache] Status change detected: running 10:41:10 [Apache] Status change detected: stopped 10:41:10 [Apache] Error: Apache shutdown unexpectedly. 10:41:10 [Apache] This may be due to a blocked port, missing dependencies, 10:41:10 [Apache] improper privileges, a crash, or a shutdown by another method. 10:41:10 [Apache] Press the Logs button to view error logs and check 10:41:10 [Apache] the Windows Event Viewer for more clues 10:41:10 [Apache] If you need more help, copy and post this 10:41:10 [Apache] entire log window on the forums As the log said, I have to find and uninstall, disable or reconfigure the application which is blocking Port 80 or reconfigure Apache and the Control Panel to listen to a different port. The question is: What should I do? Should I change port or should I find the blocking application? And if the latter, which application could be blocking Port 80?
  3. Showing data that no longer exist

    Hello everyone, I am not sure if this is the right place to post since I do not know for sure if it is PHP that causes my issue, so I apologize in advance if I shouldn't have posted here. I am using WampServer Version 3.0.0 64bit (Apache: 2.4.17 | PHP: 5.6.16 | MySQL: 5.7.9) on windows10. I am updating a website and I am keeping the database the same, except from some small optimizations here and there. I have a query that selects all active rows of a specific category, then I fetch the results and show the rows: if(mysqli_stmt_prepare($stmt, "SELECT * FROM myTableName WHERE _category=? AND _approved='1' ORDER BY _id DESC LIMIT ?, ?")) { mysqli_stmt_bind_param($stmt, "iii", $category, $offset, $rowsPerPage); mysqli_stmt_execute($stmt); mysqli_stmt_bind_result($stmt,$id,$title,...,$image,...); //all fields are binded, including image while(mysqli_stmt_fetch($stmt)) { //show recipes } } The query is correct and everything shows up fine, except from the image returned by the query. My old database used to store the image with the path, eg "/this/is/the/path/to/image.jpg" but I have updated the image table column to only store the file name so now $image variable should contain only the file name, eg "image.jpg". But it does not. The $image variable still contains the full path, although the table is updated! I though it was some kind of caching, but clearing the browser's cache, going incognito, hard refreshing, changing browser did not change anything. I also tried running: SET GLOBAL query_cache_size = 0; in mySql terminal but that did not change anything as well. I also tested php.ini for Op Cache but it was already disabled: opcache.enable=0 I do not know what to do about this and it is driving me crazy! Any help will be very much appreciated. Thank you all, georgia
  4. SSL Certificates

    In my current website project, I would like to design a secure area for members. I have built basic login systems before, but I want to build something more secure this time. One of the things I would like to do it route requests using the HTTPS protocol. In my research on how to do this, I have been starting to learn about SSL certificates. As I understand it, in order to create an SSL encrypted connection that users can be confident in, I must purchase a certificate from a certificate authority (CA). I am questioning whether I really need to do this, though. Neither money nor information that is extremely sensitive would be handled in the secure area. The purpose of the website is of a nature that membership would be restricted to those personally acquainted with me, so it's not like they would be using a website with some vague "entity" operating it. They could trust me. Would that make it safe for me to use a self-signed SSL certificate? My only suspicion is that a hijacker could potentially inject a new SSL certificate (not sure if this is possible...) and trick users since neither his nor mine would be signed by a trusted CA. I could just get a cheap certificate, but I would like to avoid spending money on this if I don't have to. Maybe a free certificate would be okay? I'm not sure. What do you think is the best course of action for my situation?

    Hi guys, I have wamp installed on my windows vista home basic. It was running fine till a while ago. Now when I try to run it it would not load local host. Here is what all I have tried : Upgraded to wamp 2.2e Made sure port 80 is free Made sure skype or any other software is not conflicting with wamp Checked my hosts, and other config files for local host (but suggestions are welcome in case I have missed something. installed .net 3.5 sp1 frame work. When I try to load wamp I am getting a popup which says "Aestan Tray Menu has stopped working". Any suggestions would be welcome. Thanks in advance.
  6. I've downloaded Apache 2.22, MySql 5.6.10 and PHP 5.3.5. I've set them ready in Computer A in my home. I'm able to visit my website by typing localhost in the browser in Computer A. I have another Computer B in my home. I use a router to get on internet. A and B share the router. 1.By now, am I supposed to be able to visit my website from computer B by just typing A's IP address (say in the browser? If it's not working, is it because of the router's firewall? It's not OK whether I tried to ping A's IP address on B, or the other way around. Does this mean A and B can't communicate with each other? (A's IP, B's IP, submask What might be the problem? 2. What should I do to allow people all over the internet to be able to visit my website using my public IP (IP on the wan side of the router)? I know I should forward the port. But I'm not very familiar with the concept. I know Apache use port 80. So should I just forward port 80 to Computer A's IP address? Is this the port of Computer A or the router? Or I associate the port 80 of the router with the port 80 of Computer A? Is port forwarding the only thing left to do? What else should I do? Thank you very much! Please help me!
  7. I installed wamp on my windows machine and when i tried to open localhost on my browser i received the message."you dont have permission to access / on this server." I searched this on the internet and got to know that there is problem with file and folder permissions.I shoulls change it to 644 and 755.But can you help me on how to change the permmissions.
  8. Issues with Mod_Rewrite

    Hey everybody, been a long time. I come bearing a question. I'm working on a website for a couple of buddies, and I'm trying to add some ambiguity in the AJAX calls by using Mod_Rewrite. RewriteEngine onRewriteRule ^([A-Z][A-Za-z]+)\\?(.*)?$ /modules.php?mod=$1&$2 At first I thought there was an error in my Regular Expression, so I decided to test it out in Javascript. Say I am trying to request /Data?user_id=1 The Javascript version returns exactly what it should, [Data,user_id=1], but the page redirects to /modules.php?mod=Data. There isn't even the ampersand, anyone have any ideas about why this isn't working? By the way, it works just fine for/DataRedirecting to /modules.php?mod=Data
  9. Managing Web Servers: Unix

    I am kind of new to the whole server admin side of the web. I just learned UNIX through a very handy video, and I can definitely see it's advantages. The video showed ma a lot as far as working in the command line, and different things that I can do. What it did not show me was how to manage a web server remotely through unix. I know it is possible, through SSH (I slightly understand how it works). My eventual goal is to just purchase(or rent) my own web server running ubuntu(or whatever flavor of unix) and be able to completely manage it through no UI. I'm interested in learning things about creating/managing MySQL database, how to link to the database, any relevant things with PHP, and how to assign domain names, like the name servers and things like that. How to create a subdomain, and how do host multiple sites off the server. I know that this could prove to be an advanced topic, but I think it is something that I need to learn to be successful, and more efficient. I would appreciate any guidance as I am novice as far as this goes. Thanks,Zach
  10. Hi there I have mod_rewrite installed on my apache server, I've successfully got some rewrite rules working but one is just not working! I have a search box that produces a url like this: /search/query-here I have a page called search.php which accepts query strings like q=query-here Here is my rewrite rule that works on my site locally: www-mysite.com:8888 RewriteRule ^search/(.*)$ search\.php?q=$1 Although my search.php is being hit/loaded, no query string is being passed to my live version. When I echo $_SERVER['SCRIPT_FILENAME']. "?".$_SERVER["QUERY_STRING"]; out I get: LOCAL: /search.php?q=aa LIVE: /search.php? Any ideas what I can do?
  11. Hi, I have WAMP installed as well as IIS. IIS is on port 80, Apache runs on port 8888 via WAMP I want to be able to hit: http://www-mydomain-co-uk:8888 and for it to bring up: http://localhost :8888/mydomain/index.php So far I have taken these steps: httpd.conf: <VirtualHost *:8888>DocumentRoot /www/mydomainServerName www-mydomain-co-uk# Other directives here</VirtualHost> and hosts file: www-mydomain-co-uk When I hit http://www-mydomain-co-uk:8888 I get: Forbidden You don't have permission to access / on this server. So I'm on the right lines but what the ###### is up?
  12. 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.
  13. I encountered a weird problem with Apache recently. It was not serving pages. After a little bit of research, I found the solution. It surprised me. Apparently Skype and Apache conflict for port 80. So if you have Skype installed, you must modify it to not use port 80. This blog shows how to do it. Just wanted to share that in case you are encountering the same problem. I never would have guessed that Skype had anything to do with it!