.htaccess is a small text file that is located either directly inside a domain folder or in a subfolder to tell the web server how it should address requests when a website or a folder that's part of it is accessed. A lot of widely used scripts such as WordPress and Joomla™ use an .htaccess file. If you get loads of fake traffic to your website, for example, you could block the access of specific IP addresses and third-party sites, or you could request the visitor to enter a username and a password to be able to view the content. You can also set up URL forwarding or use personalized error pages for your site, prevent other websites from linking to your content directly and from using your account’s traffic quota, and so on. An .htaccess file will give you significantly more control over your Internet sites and the way they function.
.htaccess Generator in Hosting
If you acquire any of our hosting
plans, you can take full advantage of our user-friendly .htaccess generator tool, which is part of the Hepsia Control Panel. You shall not need to know what syntax the many directives in this kind of a file should have, because our tool is very simple to use and you shall only need to check boxes or type in URLs, so you can use an .htaccess file even if you have never had a web hosting account before. Our .htaccess generator offers a substantial amount of options - you can block IP addresses, set the first page that loads when an individual opens your site, create password protection, redirect a domain to another web address, enable PHP in HTML files, enable Server Side Includes, plus more. You will even be able to set a different PHP version for each one of your Internet sites.
.htaccess Generator in Semi-dedicated Servers
Our semi-dedicated server
plans offer an .htaccess generator tool, that is easy enough to be used by people with no previous experience. You will be able to access it via your Hepsia CP and employ a user-friendly interface to activate any option you would like. After you select the folder in which our system will set up the .htaccess file, you just need to check the boxes beside the options which you want to enable, then save the changes and you shall be set. The only thing you'll have to type by hand will be a URL - if you'd like to use the .htaccess file to redirect one of your domains/subdomains to a different address or if you prefer to use custom error pages. Our platform shall also permit you to set the PHP version that a site will use by placing an .htaccess file within its root folder, regardless if your account in general uses a different version.