Virtual Hosts allow you to host multiple websites on a single server. Here’s how to setup NGINX virtual hosts in Ubuntu.
Logrotate allows you to periodically clean up logs and limit their size. Here’s how to configure NGINX log rotation.
Allowing access to all files & directories on your website is not safe. Here’s how to prevent access to files & directories using .htaccess.
TLS is the latest security protocol that makes your site more secure and improves website performance. Here’s how to enable TLS 1.3 on NGINX.
Varnish is a useful cache module that speeds up your website and reduces server load. Here’s how to install Varnish with Apache.
If your Apache web server runs out of memory, then you might want to increase Apache memory limit. Here’s how to increase Apache memory limit.
Nginx supports HTTP/2 since version 1.9.5. It speeds up your website and improves website performance. Here’s how to enable HTTP/2 in Nginx.
By default, Apache uses the time zone of server where it is installed. Here’s how to change default time zone in .htaccess file on Apache.
When you enable SSL on your website, you need to redirect all pages to HTTPS version. Here’s how to redirect HTTP to HTTPS in NGINX.
.htaccess file allows you to modify Apache configuration without accessing its config file. Here’s how to find out where is .htaccess file located in Apache.