How to create SEO-Friendly URLs with htaccess . How to Rewrite dynamic URLs to SEO-Friendly URLs using htaccess . In this URL rewriting tutorial, You’ll learn htaccess directives through which you can rewrite existing dynamic URLs into more meaningful SEO-Friendly URLs.
Now you are thinking why we need to create SEO-friendly URLs, what’s their need. First, let’s understand why SEO-friendly URLs are important.
How to Deny access of Files and Folders through .htaccess File
How to restrict direct access of files and folders through .htaccess file. In this tutorial, I’ll discuss some .htaccess directives through which you can deny direct access of files and folders.
What is .htaccess File ?
.htaccess is a configuration file used by a web server (Apache). The fullform of htaccess is Hypertext Access. htaccess files are used to override server global configuration for the directory level in which you place this file.
In this htaccess tutorial series, you will learn about htaccess configuration and it’s usage.
htaccess refers to Hypertext Access. It is a directory level configuration file, used by Apache Web Server. htaccess file contains set of directives, which is read by Apache web server and apply to the directory on which this file is placed.
Is your .htaccess file not working and you find it difficult to figure out what’s the issue. Before using .htaccess file you need to enable it.
How to remove www from url through htaccess. Suppose, if a user type http://www.example.com (example is the name of your domain) in their browser, you can automatically redirect them to http://example.com.
For website SEO (Search Engine Optimization) purpose, it is necessary that your blog or website either respond to http://www.example.com or http://example.com, but not both. Otherwise, search engines see duplicate content on the www and non-www domains, and may downgrade the site ranking.
In my previous posts, I have explained htaccess file and their importance. In this post, We will learn how to remove www from url through htaccess.
How to leverage browser caching in WordPress. In this tutorial, we’ll discuss how to speed up WordPress blog and site by leveraging browser caching via htaccess & plugin.
How to Leverage Browser Caching in WordPress
Caching is one of the best ways to improve the overall performance of a website and blog. Caching static contents (such as Js, CSS, Images etc.) helps to improve the loading time of a webpage. In this article, I’ll discuss different ways to leverage browser caching in WordPress.
In my previous articles, i already discussed what is .htaccess and their applications in web development. In this short tip, i am going to tell you how to secure you folders through .htaccess File.
What is Hotlinking
Hotlinking is the process of displaying an image on a website by linking to the same image on another website. It is mostly occurs with images. In simple words suppose i want to show some gadget picture on my website so instead of uploading the picture on my website, i link this picture to someone website using source as http://someone.com/gadget1.jpg.
How to leverage browser caching through htaccess. In this post, I’ll discuss, how to cache static contents (such as CSS, JS, Images etc) on a user browser through htaccess directives.