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Recently I’ve become more and more interested in the .htaccess file as a way to speed up and protect your site. Previously here on WPShout I’ve written an “A to Z of WordPress .htaccess Hacks”, which has been a very popular post, and today we’re going to look at ten easy methods to speed up […]
I commented out the RewriteRule in my .htaccess file and created a new WP_Rewrite rule in my WP theme’s functions.php file. This effectively accomplishes the same thing, but ensures that WordPress is aware of the ‘extra’ querystring variables (so they’re not lost or ignored).
As a web designer or developer, it is important to know how to use the htaccess file to your advantage. It is a very powerful tool, and can even work as a deterrent for bandwidth thieves, exploits, and hackers. Below are some common examples of rules to consider when developing websites. We hope you find […]
When a web page is accessed, the server checks the extension to know how to handle the page. Generally speaking if it sees a .htm or .html file, it sends it right to the browser because it doesn’t have anything to process on the server. If it sees a .php extension (or .shtml, or .asp, […]
The Mod Rewrite Generator can be used to turn dynamic URLs into search engine friendly static URLs. Static URLs typically rank better in search engines than long complex dynamic URLs with lots of parameters, they are easier to index in the first place and they’re also friendlier looking to the end user.