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  1. So i thought another good doucmented and updated htaccess thread would be nice, so here it goes: Warning! make shure to only add the RewriteEngine On once! It may break some things! Show php errors (displays php errors in browser): php_flag display_errors on Enforcing https (will redirect every visit over http to the https version of your site): RewriteEngine On RewriteCond %{HTTPS} off RewriteRule ^(.*)$ https://%{HTTP_HOST}%{REQUEST_URI} [L,R=301] Remove file endings (adds the ability to also access over /file instead of /file.php or /file.html) remove .php:
  2. Want to remove that pesky parameter from your domain? Well, now you can! With the simple help of .htaccess, you can have your pure domain back! Just follow these few steps. Connect to your Webserver via File Transfer Protocol (FTP) Go into your sites primary directory Modify, or Create the .htaccess file Use this code snippet and Save the file RewriteEngine On RewriteCond %{QUERY_STRING} . RewriteRule ^([^.]*)$ /$1? [L,NE,R=301] Vwolla! That harmless parameter is not to be seen anywhere.
  3. hi mr i have free hosting reselers and i have a problem when i go to a sub domin it dose not exist it go to a unkowun website but i want to change this going to my home webpage reseler i need htaccess for this and 404 and another erorr to change it please help me what i do ?
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