.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.

Don’t Miss The Articles on TwinzTech and Subscribe the RSS Feeds to stay updated.

4 Proactive Security Measures Your Online Business Needs To Succeed

4 Proactive Security Measures Your Online Business Needs To Succeed

By | 3 months ago

4 Proactive Security Measures your online business needs to succeed and protecting your business from Security Breaches and Cyber Attacks.

Continue Reading
How To Fix WordPress Old URL Redirecting to New URL?

How To Fix WordPress Old URL Redirecting to New URL?

By | 6 months ago

WordPress will do 301 redirects for post’s URL or Slug change. changing a post’s slug in WordPress will automatically create 301 redirects from the old URL to the new URL. It has a suitable feature of recollecting the old URL and 301 redirecting to the new URL.

Continue Reading
How to Protect WebSites Against Attackers or Hackers by using “X-Security Headers”.

How to Protect WebSites Against Attackers or Hackers by using “X-Security Headers”.

By | 9 months ago

X-Security Headers are the header part of a Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP) request and response messages. It passes additional information with the request and response between the client (browser) and the web server.

Continue Reading
What is htaccess File and HTTP Headers?

What is htaccess File and HTTP Headers?

By | 9 months ago

The htaccess file is used to override the server config settings of the Apache Server Software. HTTP Headers are the Header part of an HTTP Status Responses

Continue Reading
How to Flush the Rewrite URL’s or permalinks in WordPress Dashboard?

How to Flush the Rewrite URL’s or permalinks in WordPress Dashboard?

By | 11 months ago

WordPress will always flush the Rewrite URL’s or permalinks whenever you update your permalink structure. simply update your permalinks.

Continue Reading