An .htaccess file is a text file which incorporates directives that tell a web server how to act in certain events. It must be put in the folder in which these directives should be executed. Loads of script-driven apps employ this sort of a file to perform efficiently - WordPress and Joomla, for instance. You can use this type of a file with custom made content as well and do lots of things - block an IP address, a whole network or particular sites from accessing your site, set personalized error pages which shall be displayed instead of the server-generated ones if a visitor encounters some error on the site, redirect a domain or a subdomain to a new web address, create a password-protected area plus more. With an .htaccess file, you will have significantly better control over your online presence.
.htaccess Generator in Cloud Hosting
When you acquire any of our cloud hosting solutions, you can reap the benefits of our easy-to-use .htaccess generator tool, that's part of the Hepsia CP. You will not need to know what syntax the many directives in this sort of a file must have, as our tool is a breeze to use and you'll 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 wide range of options - you are able to block IP addresses, set the first page that loads when someone opens your Internet site, set up password protection, forward a domain to another web address, enable PHP in HTML files, enable Server Side Includes, and much more. You'll even be able to set a different PHP version for each one of your websites.
.htaccess Generator in Semi-dedicated Hosting
All our Linux semi-dedicated hosting packages come with the innovative, yet easy-to-use Hepsia CP, which includes our .htaccess generator tool. It will enable you to create a system file in any folder of your choice with just a few clicks. Even if you're not tech-savvy, you can benefit from all the functions which an .htaccess file features since our tool is quite intuitive to use. You will find a list of all the options you can enable and there will be a checkbox next to each and every one of them. Just pick the options you want to enable and eventually enter a URL - if you're using the .htaccess file to forward one URL to another or to set custom made error pages. You won't have to enter any code at any time. If necessary, you could use an .htaccess file to employ different versions of PHP for your sites, as many versions are available simultaneously on our hosting platform.