Migrating a Website to a new domain name is possible and fairly safe from an SEO standpoint as long as you setup the correct 301 redirects in your .htaccess file. This tutorial will explain the details for getting this done right.
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Earlier, I showed you how to move your WordPress installation to a new directory on your web server. This prompted a very good question from groovyReader Dinesh: Thanks for the clear step by step methods with screenshots. I wanted to ask a question: How did you manage to redirect the incoming back links from your […]
One of the most common and frustrating errors encountered by PHP coders reads: “Fatal error: Allowed memory size of 8388608 bytes exhausted…” followed by something like “(tried to allocate XXXX bytes) in /home/www/file.module on line 12.” This fatal PHP error crops up because, by default, PHP has a memory usage limit of 8 MB for […]
A few months back I ran into the need to configure my private Website running on Apache to use multiple ports. The Internet provider for my home began to block inbound Port 80, so I had to configure Apache to use an alternate port. The process was very easy, and since I was recently asked […]
Yes, it’s true. In all my excitement I failed to test my inbound port 80 for a few days after getting my new Verizon Internet connection installed. But alas it’s true. Verizon doesn’t like people to run home web servers, so they decided to block Port 80. After speaking with Verizon for ~5 hours and talking […]
If you’re running your Website with Apache, securing the site with a password is a simple process. I recently ran through the process on a Windows box (Majority of the shots below) however the steps are pretty much the same for Windows or Linux Apache sites. Step 1: Configure your .htaccess file All the work […]