An .htaccess file is a text file which includes directives which tell a server how to behave in specific cases. It needs to be placed into the folder in which these directives should be performed. A lot of script-driven applications use this type of a file to work properly - WordPress and Joomla™, in particular. You can use this type of a file with personalized content as well and do lots of things - block an IP address, an entire network or certain Internet sites from accessing your site, set custom error pages which will show up instead of the server-generated ones in case a visitor encounters some error on the website, direct a domain or a subdomain to a different web address, create a password-protected area plus much more. With an .htaccess file, you will have far better control over your presence online.
.htaccess Generator in Shared Hosting
We have a time and effort saving .htaccess generator tool that will enable you to set up and use this type of files without any trouble even if you don't have any previous experience and you don't know the syntax of the particular directives for this sort of a file. The tool is part of the Hepsia Control Panel, offered with our Linux shared service
and any option inside it could be activated by picking acheckbox and eventually by inputting a username or a URL, based on what exactly you would like to do with the .htaccess file. You may also decide where the file should be created, so you will not have to do anything manually before or after that. With an .htaccess file, you'll also be able to pick the PHP version which will be enabled for a particular domain, no matter if it isn't the same version as the one for the whole account.
.htaccess Generator in Semi-dedicated Servers
Our semi-dedicated server
plans offer an .htaccess generator tool, which is simple enough to be used by people with no previous experience. You'll be able to access it through your Hepsia CP and use a user-friendly interface to activate any option you would like. After you select the folder where our system will create the .htaccess file, you just need to check the boxes next to the options that you'd like to activate, then save the changes and you will be all set. The only thing you shall have to input manually will be a URL - if you need to use the .htaccess file to redirect one of your domains/subdomains to an alternative address or if you would like to use personalized error pages. Our platform will also allow you to set the PHP version which a website will use by putting an .htaccess file in its root folder, even when your account as a whole uses a different version.