Tag archive for "lighttpd"

Password protecting the wp-admin directory

2010-06-14

Several places recommend to block the WordPress admin area with a password. While this certainly is a good idea, implementing it properly is non-trivial. One of the problems is that the WordPress Ajax handler script is located in the admin directory. So password-protecting the admin area will break all Ajax … more

WordPress 3.0 network lighttpd rewrite rules

2010-06-06

I recently installed my first WordPress network on lighttpd and was looking for rewrite rules. This post is correct except for the rewrite rule for files. I supposed it's a change that was introduced in 3.0, or maybe earlier. Anyway, here are updated rewrite rules: In your lighttpd.conf: $HTTP["host"] =~ … more

Redirecting all subdomains to the main domain

2009-01-11

Using the canonical hostname for websites isn't an obvious problem. After all, who really cares if your site is accessible at www.domain.com and domain.com? Search engines, for example, could penalize you for having the same content on both domains. I think that today they are smart enough to discover this … more

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