Apache cache improves website speed and reduces server load. Here’s how to configure Apache cache in CentOS.
Sometimes you may need to disable caching of your website pages and content. Here’s how to disable Apache cache for your website.
Apache Cache speeds up your website and reduces site load. Here’s how to Clear Apache Cache for your website to keep it fresh.
Apache allows you to password protect websites and directories. Here’s how to set up password authentication with Apache on CentOS
Apache allows you to cache content to speed up website and reduce load. Here’s how to configure Apache cache for your website.
Reverse Proxy allows you to do load balancing and proxy requests. Here’s Apache Reverse Proxy Configuration (Step by Step) for CentOS.
When you restructure your website, you may move subdirectory to subdomain. In such cases, here’s how to redirect subdirectory to subdomain using .htaccess.
SSL encrypts data between Apache web server and client. Here’s Apache SSL Configuration for CentOS 7 (step by step)
When you restructure website, you may move your subdomain to a subfolder. In that case, here’s how to redirect subdomain to subfolder using .htaccess.
Sometimes, you may need to password protect a directory on your website. Here’s how you can password protect directory using Apache.