|Forum: Apache Web Server|
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|25:|| NetCraft Server Survey Shows Apache and Internet Growth|
"This month's gain of 1.34 million sites was the largest since April of last year (+1.7 million) and marked the 25th consecutive month of growth for the Web after a two-year shakeout to absorb the collapse of the dot-com and telecom industries."
|Mar 23, 2005|
|26:|| Page Indexed With Double Slashes //|
"It also seems that despite the amount of inbounds pointing to www.mysite.com/fluff/ Google has chosen to rank www.mysite.com/fluff//"
|Aug 28, 2007|
|27:|| Proper Order for htaccess|
How to order external redirects and internal rewrites correctly
|Aug 9, 2010|
|28:|| Reducing Costly Rewrites in Wordpress|
Improving WordPress blog performance
|Jan 6, 2010|
|29:|| Report: Darkleech Malware On Apache Web Server Compromised 40,000 Web Addresses|
A campaign that forces sites running the Apache Web server to install highly malicious software on visitor's PCs has compromised more than 40,000 Web addresses in the past nine months, 15,000 of them in the month of May alone.
|July 4, 2013|
|30:|| Subdomain to Domain Apache htaccess mod_re-writing|
Another common question about how to rewrite a subdomain back to a main domain. The answer can be quite complex.
|Sept 1, 2010|
|31:|| The Correct Order For Efficient htaccess|
"Confused as to the proper order to list items in an htaccess file? Try this to help clarify."
|Aug 14, 2010|
|32:|| What's the difference between external and internal redirects?|
I keep seeing references to internal vs internal redirects in posts, but have searched and searched all over, and found no information on what the difference is. What's the difference between them? And how is one done as opposed to the other?
|Dec 11, 2007|
|33:|| Wordpress 301 Redirects Via Apache htaccess Mod_rewrite|
Nice indepth thread on a common WordPress htaccess mod_rewrite problem.
|Aug 31, 2010|
|34:|| mod pagespeed Makes Your Sites Run Up To 2x Faster|
"mod_pagespeed integrates as a module for the Apache HTTP Server, and we've released it as open-source for Apache for many Linux distributions."
|Nov 3, 2010|