Htaccess Custom 404 Error Document

[How To] htaccess Use Custom Error Document in the Current Folder

Apache only allows the ErrorDocument directive using the document root directory. If you don’t want to hard code full path of your error document in the htaccess file, but still need to use your own directory, you can use the following rewrite hack to redirect all errors to your static HTML file. # Use Custom […]

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[How to] Make Permalinks Work on Localhost Installations

For WordPress permalink structure to work on your localhost installation, your wamp/lamp installation must have mod_rewrite module enabled. To enable the module, simply find your httpd.conf file, search for mod_rewrite and remove the hash (#) in front of the line. Save your configuration file and restart apache. Voila! Permalinks are working now. see also: How […]

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