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September, 2009

  • 11 September

    Custom Error Documents With Apache

    Question: I noticed other websites have flashy 404 Not Found pages instead of the standard boring Apache page. How do I create my own custom error documents? Answer: Creating your own error documents is easier than you think. Just follow these simple steps. 1. Design your pages the way you …

  • 2 September

    Using .htaccess Files on Your Website

    Question: What Is .htaccess and How Do I Use It? Answer: Apache HTTP Server by default is controlled by a single configuration file. On many Linux distributions, the file is called httpd.conf or something similar. If you have a shared hosting account, however, you do not have access to an …

  • 2 September

    Securing Apache with ModSecurity

    Apache HTTP Server is the most widely used web server application and is arguably the best available. Nevertheless, being a good application does not automatically make Apache secure. If your websites are simple html pages with no dynamic web applications or scripts, you probably do not have need for much …

August, 2009

  • 14 August

    Running an Open Source Web Server

    There are many reasons to use free and open source software on a web hosting dedicated server that go beyond simple financial savings. From increased security and flexibility in development release cycles to highly customizable and modular components, the possibilities are vast. There are several operating systems and software setups …

June, 2009

  • 23 June

    Net Craft Releases Web Survey Results

    Internet services company Netcraft released its monthly web server survey yesterday, aptly titled June 2009 Web Server Survey. The survey monitored some 238,027,855 sites over the last month. It tracked a wide variety of things, including server platform market share and the number of websites hosted by these servers, which …