Content Encoding Error / Cannot Decode Raw Data (Fix Error NSURLErrorDomain)

“Content Encoding Error”Or“ Cannot Decode Raw Data ”is the same error, the message being different from one internet browser to another. This error can occur when we try to access a web page from your computer or mobile phone. Safari users also receive an error code following the message: NSURLErrorDomain - Read More

Fix open () Critical Error : 13: Permission denied - Upload Images Error in WordPress

WordPress is a very flexible system, which allows users to create very fast from a simple blog to an advanced presentation website or an online store. Like any system, however, it is not without problems. Most of the time, web hosting offers are optimized for either a small number of users, Read More

Forward AMP pages to non-AMP after disabling the AMP plugin for WordPress

The AMP (Accelerated Mobile Pages) project was designed to help users with weaker (3G) Internet connections to quickly access web pages on mobile phones and smartphones. Both bloggers and large websites have begun to use this structural format for mobile web pages, but many wanted after a… Read More

Permanent redirects a Web site to a new one old [Redirect web domain in .htaccess]

When we give up an old web site in exchange for a new one, it is good to keep the visitors of the old site and redirect them automatically to the new one. In this situation there can be two scenarios. 1. The new web site is installed on the same domain name as the old web site. In this situation it is… Read More

[Fix Apache Error] server reached MaxClients setting, consider raising the MaxClients setting

It is a bit inappropriate to use the error term in the case of "server reached MaxClients setting, consider raising the MaxClients setting". It is more a notification by which the server administrator is warned that the "MaxClients" limit has been exceeded. It is true that exceeding this limit leads to the instability of the Apache server and automatically to problems in the operation of web sites… Read More

Enable & Setup mod_rewrite in Apache / 2.2.3 (CentOS) Server (httpd.conf settings)

After installing LAMP on a LAN web server (CentOS 5.6 / Apache 2), I found that although the mod_rewrite module is enabled, the pages that had to follow the mod_rewrite rule could not be accessed. "Not Found - The requested URL /rewrite_url.html was not found on this server." Enable mod_rewrite in Apache / 2 (CentOS) Server. ... Read More

Stop Hotlinking by .htaccess (How to setup Hotlink Protection in .htaccess)

"Hotlinking" or also known as leeching, piggy-backing, direct linking, offsite image grabs is a method by which a web page takes images from the web server of another web page. The higher the images and the more visits to the site that took the images, the more traffic is made and… Read More

How mod_evasive disable a server hosting. (Apache Web Server)

Some server administrators use mod_evasive to protect the hosting servers they manage against attacks. The apache module, mod_evasive is a good solution to reject repeated requests coming to the webserver from an IP in a very short period of time. It is a good flood protection. The worst part is that sometimes… Read More

Why not read Apache error_log

If you crossed my mind to download the file error_log (/ usr / local / apache / logs) on a PC with OS Windows Vista, to read it… the sweetest suicide would be to open it with Microsoft WordPad. Especially if error_log has not been cleaned for several months, and has reached over 230 MB. :) Normal. The best … Read More

.htaccess Tricks / Directives

Lately I've been having to use the .htaccess file (a file that contains Apache definitions), either to filter IPs (controlled access to a web page) or to set PHP flags. 1. The first thing a person who is working on an online project directly on the server is interested in and does not want to Read More