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Simple Redirect Subdomain to a Directory

If you are running Apache for your web server, and mod_rewrite is installed (this is a pretty typicaly module on all installations) this is actually pretty easy. RewriteEngine on RewriteCond %{HTTP_HOST} ^subdomain\.yourdomain\.com RewriteRule ^(.*)$ http://www\.yourdomain\.com/subdomain/$1 [L] Add this code to your apache configuration file – the easiest location is in the .htaccess file in your […]



If you upload those new fancy-shmancy file formats to your web server – namely .docx, .pptx and .xlsx – and you are running Apache; chances are that your web server doesn’t know how to serve those files because they are unknown file formats. Your browser may try to download them as a .zip file (IE) […]


The goal here is to watermark all images in a certain directory, except for thumbnails or other selection. You can either do this on each file prior to placing on your webserver – which is probably wise for CPU load issues – but let’s just say you want to do this for all files served […]