If you move web pages or domains, you might need to mask your new URL under old URLs. Here’s how to do URL masking in NGINX.
When you move your web pages, you can alias old URLs to new ones if you don’t want to redirect them. Here’s how to alias URL to another in NGINX.
If you want to allow specific search bots to your website, you need to whitelist user agents. Here’s how to whitelist user agent in NGINX.
During web development, you may need to deny access to all but allow localhost. Here’s how to whitelist localhost in NGINX.
Sometimes you may need to whitelist directories & subfolders in an otherwise protected website. Here’s how to whitelist directory in NGINX.
If you need to whitelist a specific URL or directory on your protected website, then here’s how to whitelist path in NGINX.
If your website has sensitive information, you can whitelist IP ranges who can access them. Here’s how to whitelist IP ranges in NGINX.
If your website contains sensitive information, then it is important to setup an IP whitelist for your site. Here’s how to whitelist IP in NGINX.
Sometimes, you may need to use wildcard subdomains for your website. Here’s how to setup virtualhost for wildcard subdomain in NGINX.
If you run multiple websites, it’s essential to protect them with SSL certificates. Here’s how to configure SSL for multiple domains in NGINX.