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bio website peter-urda.com
location San Francisco Bay Area
age 25
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I am currently a Software Engineer working in San Francisco Bay Area with Cyan Inc.

Education:

  • Master of Engineering (M.Eng.), Computer Engineering and Computer Science
  • Bachelor of Science (B.S.), Computer Engineering and Computer Science

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awarded  Nice Answer
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Jul
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comment How can I find out if a port is opened or not?
@Kirk it's a great website after all!
Feb
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awarded  Notable Question
Feb
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revised How do I avoid URL redirect when using SSLRequireSSL + ErrorDocument
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Feb
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accepted How do I avoid URL redirect when using SSLRequireSSL + ErrorDocument
Feb
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answered How do I avoid URL redirect when using SSLRequireSSL + ErrorDocument
Feb
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Feb
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revised How do I avoid URL redirect when using SSLRequireSSL + ErrorDocument
Trying to improve the title.
Feb
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asked How do I avoid URL redirect when using SSLRequireSSL + ErrorDocument
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awarded  Popular Question
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Dec
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comment Redirect ALL Traffic to single page if a domain matches
Corrected link: pastie.org/1390315
Dec
19
accepted Redirect ALL Traffic to single page if a domain matches
Dec
19
comment Redirect ALL Traffic to single page if a domain matches
Andy thank you so much! I request that you update your answer to mention the need to fix sub .htaccess files and the final result. I would be MORE than happy to mark your answer correct. I have put my notes up here: pastie.org/1390291 for a working project
Dec
19
comment Redirect ALL Traffic to single page if a domain matches
Ah yes, some subdomains have their own htaccess settings. So if I understand this correctly, I would also need to catch it on that level too (if coming from domain0) ?
Dec
19
comment Redirect ALL Traffic to single page if a domain matches
I have only these rules (plus rewrite on) in the .htaccess file. It is in the root directory /
Dec
19
comment Redirect ALL Traffic to single page if a domain matches
This works for most requests, but if I make a request to a known file http://(www.)domain0.com/domain1/index.html it will render domain1's index page. How can I prevent this to redirect everything?
Dec
19
asked Redirect ALL Traffic to single page if a domain matches