.htaccess File

.htaccess is a configuration file for used on web servers such as the Apache Web Server software. The .htaccess file can be used to alter or change or override the server configuration settings of the Apache Web Server software. It is used to make configuration changes on a per-directory basis. It can be used to add additional functionality to the Apache Web Server.

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HTTP vs. HTTPS: An HTTP is a HyperText Transfer Protocol, whereas a WWW is a World Wide Web that connects clients and servers.

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