zechariah - 6:03 am on Mar 5, 2003 (gmt 0) There's
Then in this case i have the same situation as gaga - no wonder my redirects doesn't work.
So for JD's comments on this "It sounds like your host needs to add an AllowOverride All directive to your (virtual) server to enable your .htaccess to function. If they won't do this, or offer you a lower level of AllowOverride, you should begin looking for a new host. "
I've tried the "Limit" option & it works, so what other options are available with this low level access?
Allow use of the authorization directives (AuthDBMGroupFile, AuthDBMUserFile, AuthGroupFile, AuthName, AuthType, AuthUserFile, Require, etc.).
Allow use of the directives controlling document types (AddEncoding, AddLanguage, AddType, DefaultType, ErrorDocument, LanguagePriority, etc.).
Allow use of the directives controlling directory indexing (AddDescription, AddIcon, AddIconByEncoding, AddIconByType, DefaultIcon, DirectoryIndex, FancyIndexing, HeaderName, IndexIgnore, IndexOptions, ReadmeName, etc.).
Allow use of the directives controlling host access (Allow, Deny and Order).
Allow use of the directives controlling specific directory features (Options and XBitHack).