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|alias and htaccess bypass|
| 5:30 am on Feb 9, 2013 (gmt 0)|
Let's say I have mysite.com/folder and it's .htaccess forces you to login.
I have an alias created for mysite.com/alias that is an alias of mysite.com/folder
Is there a way I can make it so that people going to mysite.com/alias, don't have to login through the .htaccess in mysite.com/folder?
I tried this, but it did nothing.
| 6:44 am on Feb 9, 2013 (gmt 0)|
"alias" is not a Directory, it is a Location.
Don't look at me. I didn't make up this terminology; Apache did.
Directory (and also Location) can only be used in the config file. Is it your own server? If so, why are you futzing around with htaccess? If not, what are you doing with a Directory statement?
:: insert "I am confused" emoticon here ::
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