Integrating APC (Alternative PHP Cache) Into PHP5 (Debian Etch & Apache2) This guide explains how to integrate APC (Alternative PHP Cache) into PHP5 on a Debian Etch system (with Apache2). APC is a free and open PHP opcode cacher for caching and optimizing PHP intermediate code. It’s similar to other PHP opcode cachers, such as eAccelerator and XCache.
APC is most widely known for allowing the end user to be able to track the progress of file transfers. APC, which stands for “Alternative PHP Cache” does much more than that. Complex and large scale websites can benefit from it’s ability to cache data and as well as its optimization of PHP code.
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When you write your own WordPress plugin you might need to add new rewrite rules to WordPress. Some people add Rewrite rules direct into htaccess file, but when you open it you can see that WP don’t store rules into this file. All WordPress rewrite rules are stored into the database.
You need the "QueryString Append" option: