Conditional logging allows you to selectively log certain server messages. Here’s how to configure NGINX conditional logging
By default, Apache looks for specific index pages for your website. Here’s how to change default index page in .htaccess to something else
Keeping both www and non-www versions of your website is bad for SEO. Here’s how to remove www from domain URL in NGINX web server.
Trailing slash in URLs can result in duplicate content and broken link on your website. Here’s how to remove trailing slash in NGINX.
Here’s how to block IP addresses from specific countries using .htaccess file in Apache to protect your site from irrelevant or malicious website visitors.
NGINX allows you to authenticate users just like Apache. Here’s how to configure basic authentication in NGINX.
Let’s Encrypt offers free SSL certificates for websites. Here’s how to install Let’s Encrypt on NGINX web server
By default, Apache displays server information in its response headers which can be misused. Here’s how to remove x-powered-by in Apache.
NGINX Error Log captures all error messages given by NGINX web server. Here’s how to find out where is NGINX error log file located
Apache allows you to block/allow access to specific pages on your website. Here’s how to limit access to URL in Apache.