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How to Redirect a Page to Another Page or Website Using htaccess

If a page on your website no longer exists and you want to redirect it to a new page or website, you can use the dot htaccess file to redirect visitors. Redirect from a page/directory to another domain or the main domain: Redirect from a specific page to a domain: RewriteEngine on Redirect 301 /mypage.html Redirect from one page to another page: #Redirect from a page/directory to another page Redirect 301 /oldpage.html /newpage.html Whenever you open a URL such as, it will redirect you to

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August 28, 2023

PHP Error: Allowed Memory Size of x Bytes Exhausted

If you are getting an error such as “Allowed memory size of… in file /directory/folder/yourscript.php“, you can use an htaccess file to resolve this problem. If the error does not go away even after applying the htaccess code, you should contact us. We will do our best to help you. Place this code in the dot htaccess file of your primary domain. If the error persists after using the code, enter it in the directory where you are receiving the error, such as Add this code to your htaccess file: RLimitMem max

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August 28, 2023

How to Disable Directory Browsing Using the htaccess Rule

For security purposes, you should disable directory browsing on your website so no one can see the files/directories of your website. You can disable Directory Browsing by adding the below line to your dot htaccess file. Options -Indexes

Related: browsing, security

August 28, 2023

How to Protect Your htaccess File

You can prevent unauthorized access to your htaccess file by adding this rule to the file: # .htaccess protection order allow, deny deny from all satisfy all

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August 28, 2023

How to Ban Any IP Address via htaccess

To prohibit an IP Address from accessing your site, incorporate the following lines into your .htaccess file: order permit, reject deny from IP-ADDRESS allow from everyone Substitute IP-ADDRESS with the specific IP you aim to block.

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April 19, 2023