mod_SSL module allows you to manage SSL certificates and encryption for Apache web server. Here’s how to install mod_SSL in CentOS.
mod_proxy module allows you to set up proxy/gateway and load balancing in Apache. Here’s how to configure Apache mod_proxy in CentOS
Sometimes you need to redirect HTTP requests to HTTPS as well as www version. Here’s how to .htaccess redirect to HTTPS with www in just one step.
If you use really long URL in your website, you might run into errors with Apache server. Here’s how to increase max URL length in Apache.
Sometimes you need to redirect web pages without changing the displayed URL. Here’s how to redirect without changing URL using .htaccess
By default, if Apache web server can only handle 256 concurrent connections. Here’s how to increase max concurrent connections in Apache.
Too many connections can slow down your Apache server and increase bandwidth consumption. Here’s how to limit connections in Apache.
mod_ssl allows you to manage TLS/SSL encryption in Apache web server. Here’s how to check mod_ssl version in Linux.
When you move/delete pages, they can give 404 error messages. Here’s how to redirect 404 errors to another domain using .htaccess.
For Apache caching, it’s essential to test if caching modules are enabled correctly. Here’s how to check if mod_expires is enabled in Apache