RewriteBase is a useful Apache server directive. Here is how RewriteBase works, with example.
Apache allows you to configure log levels to customize the logging details for your server. Here is how to change Apache log level for your website.
Generally Rsync asks for password before starting file transfer. Here is how to setup Rsync between two servers without password.
Http Strict Transport Policy protects your websites from man-in-the-middle attacks. Here is how to enable HTTP strict transport policy (HSTS) in NGINX.
Sometimes you may need to change Apache log location. Here is how to change the location of Apache log file direcory.
Sometimes you may need to redirect to another domain without changing URL. Here are the steps to do it in NGINX.
SQL Injection is a major security vulnerability for websites. Here is how to prevent SQL injection in PHP.
It is important to provide the right file permissions for Apache file/folders. Here are the file permissions for Apache file/folders.
TLS 1.0 and 1.1 are outdated security protocols. Here is how to disable TLS 1.0/1.1 in Apache server.
Sometimes you may need to redirect POST data in Apache server. Here is how to redirect POST request data using .htaccess