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accepted Apache2 mod_rewrite + userdir
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comment Apache2 mod_rewrite + userdir
I said I don't know where to place it. Thanks.
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comment Apache2 mod_rewrite + userdir
Thank you for the polite answer :)
Nov
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comment Apache2 mod_rewrite + userdir
Thanks for your answer. But as I wrote in my question; I don't want to provide this information in .htaccess file. Isn't there any place where I can specify that, so every .htaccess file don't include that line.
Nov
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comment Apache2 mod_rewrite + userdir
Thanks for your answer. But as I wrote in my question; I don't want to provide this information in .htaccess file. Isn't there any place where I can specify that, so every .htaccess file don't include that line.
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revised Apache2 mod_rewrite + userdir
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comment Apache2 mod_rewrite + userdir
Updated my question
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revised Apache2 mod_rewrite + userdir
Added Rewrite Rules
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asked Apache2 mod_rewrite + userdir
Oct
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comment dig and dig -x are answering different
No, read faq and now can say, this question obeys the rules. I needed pro help and had a question answerable.
Oct
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comment dig and dig -x are answering different
So I have to continue with forums around. I see ;-)
Oct
29
comment dig and dig -x are answering different
@MDMarra you mixed the person i wrote, i think.
Oct
29
comment dig and dig -x are answering different
I didn't say I am pro, why theese down votes? what is wrong with the question?