Sometimes you may need to force users to download files from your website. Here is how to force download file in NGINX.
Often you may need to add response header in NGINX. Here is how to set response headers in NGINX.
Sometimes you may need to redirect IP to domain URL in NGINX server. Here are the steps to redirect IP address to website domain in NGINX.
NGINX provides root and alias directives to serve files. Here is the difference between Alias vs Root in NGINX.
Sometimes you may get NGINX Upstream Closed Error. Here are the steps to fix it.
Sometimes you may need to serve static files in NGINX from different folder. Here are the steps to do it.
After you update static files on your site, you need to serve new files. Here is how to force NGINX to serve new static files.
Sometimes you may get an Upstream Timed Out Error in NGINX Server. Here is how to fix this problem easily.
If you run NGINX proxy configuration, you may get “Upstream Set Too Big Header” error. Here is how to fix upstream sent too big header error.