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comment How to exclude a sub-folder from HTaccess RewriteRule
Well it's showing a 404 within WordPress (e.g. the WP site in the root shows a 404 message in the center), meaning the RewriteRule is being applied and it's hitting WP's index.php, which serves a 404.
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comment How to exclude a sub-folder from HTaccess RewriteRule
So I played around a bit-- when no password is set in the subfolder's htaccess, the folder works properly (even without the RewriteCond added to the root htaccess). But when the password is there, it seems to go through the RewriteRule in the root htaccess and gives the 404 (even with the leading slash removed). Here's what I have in the subfolder htaccess: AuthType Basic AuthName "BlueFolder" AuthUserFile "/home/user/.htpasswds/public_html/blue/passwd" require valid-user
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