Resource: Stupid .htaccess Tricks Bookmark

While I was trying to figure out how I can add different .htaccess directives for different environments, I came across Stupid .htaccess Tricks by Jeff Starr. It’s a pretty old post from 2006 (which these days is almost surprising it’s still there!), but it’s a great resource that contains and explains all kinds of things you can, and might want to do, with your .htaccess file. Definitely one for the bookmarks for that day you wonder how that one thing did work again ;)


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