Category Archives: htaccess

htaccess redirect

Htaccess is a file that resides on your Apache server. It is a hidden file and can greatly improve the performance of your website. Below are articles that use htaccess.

How To Move A Large WordPress Website To A New Server

How To Move A Large WordPress Website To A New Server

In this how to tutorial I will show you how to move a large WordPress website from one server to another. In this tutorial I assume that you already know how to SSH into your server. You must already know these following things, if you do not, click the link and learn them and then Read More

WordPress Site Trying To Download A File

WordPress Site Trying To Download A File htaccess addhandler

Sometimes when you transfer a wordpress site you will get errors. Keep in mind that your old server may be using a different version of PHP than your new server. If you keep getting prompted to download a file when you go to the front end of your website you may need to put this Read More

Disable PHP On A Directory With Htaccess

If you need to disable php on a directory with htaccess here is your script. Open up your text editor and paste this code in it. [code]<Files *.php> deny from all </Files>[/code] Upload it to the directory that you do not want PHP code executed. Most folders that are hacked in WordPress are… wp-content/uploads/ wp-includes Read More

The Perfect HTACCESS File for Your Apache Server

The Perfect HTACCESS File for Your Apache Server

Are on the hunt for the perfect htaccess file for your apache server? The truth is there is no one real universal htaccess file that covers all websites. Every website will have something unique that they specifically have to deal with. However there are a lot of common things out there that are similar that Read More

SSL Now Ranking Factor in Google Search Engine


Google announced August 6th of this year that an SSL on your website will affect where you rank in their search engine. For those that took the Web Development Strategy course sponsored by A1WEBSITEPRO you learned that making your registration private is not the greatest thing to do. Why? Because it is a warning signal Read More

Changing Permalinks in WordPress Properly


Changing permalink structure in WordPress properly can be a very cumbersome task. Some webmasters feel the need to change their permalink structure and for good reason. CTR or the “click though rate” for blogs without the date in their permalink are higher than those that do not have it. Some are getting the date taken Read More

WP Super Cache Settings for Optimal Performance

WP Super Cache Settings are important to the caching of your website. Caching your website will help your site load faster on several different types of browsers. If you want to know how to clear your cache in different browsers please see our articles, “How To Clear Your Cache“. This article is about the settings Read More

htaccess redirect to no www include ssl

htaccess redirect

htaccess redirect to no www include ssl So there are sometimes when we need to htaccess redirect our site to an ssl and remove the www part of it. Here is a code to help webmasters do that. What you need to do is look for the file called .htaccess. It will be in the Read More