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Apache or NGINX for PHP?

I've read quite a bit on the major benefits to running NGINX over Apache for serving static files. However, I have never seen an article talking about Apache vs NGINX for serving PHP pages. Question: ...
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Blocking directory listing on a wamp server

So I have a website that runs through wamp however if you type a path in the address bar, you get an index of the directory, which I don't want I have already tried to add a .htaccess file in the ...
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.htaccess file? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Everything You Ever Wanted to Know about Mod_Rewrite Rules but Were Afraid to Ask? How to create .htaccess file for 301 permanent redirect. I am looking for exact code ...
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Securing file system for secure SFTP server

This might not seem as a development question, but in essence it is. Let me explain how. Our main development focus is dynamic content pages. Some of our customers have asked us to allow them space ...
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In IIS, Is it possible to execute a .HTML page as aspx?

Question: We have a 3rd party portal that makes a copy of a html/aspx page, and puts it into a temporary folder, CHANGING THE EXTENSION to .HTML in all cases (also it the root page was .aspx). ...
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How can I easily convert HTML special entities from a standard input stream in Linux?

CentOS Is there an easy way to convert HTML special entities from a data stream? I'm passing data to a bash script and sometimes that data includes special entities. For example: "test" ...
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How to wrap all html responses in a html layout using apache 2.2?

I have multiple web-apps running on a server using different technologies. java php (wordpress) python (trac) They are all front-ended with Apache 2.2. My question is does anyone know a good way ...
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Unable find the right encoding for a HTML -file in Vim

I see where all contents is in one line. It seems that this is the reason of bad encoding. I can see the characters ^M. How can you get the encoding right in Vim?