Author: Manuel Lemos
Package: PHP Htaccess File Configuration
Many PHP applications developers need to configure the .htaccess file to handle requests to access many types of pages using a single PHP script.
This package can generate a .htaccess file to set up that Apache Web server configuration and redirect requests to the Web server using HTTP to use HTTPS.
About the PHP Htaccess File Configuration Package
The basic purpose is: Generate Apache configuration to redirect requests
Here follows in more detail what it does:
This package can generate Apache configuration to redirect requests.
It can generate the .htaccess file in the document root directory of the current domain of the site that executes this class.
The .htaccess file defines parameters to configure the Apache Web server to perform several types of requests. Currently, it can:
- Redirect user-friendly URL accesses to a script named index.php
- Redirect all non-SSL requests to the same URL of a site in the SSL version
The class can also remove the .htaccess file from the current domain document root directory.
Esta classe pode criar o arquivo .htaccess para usar como configuração do servidor Web Apache.
Uma classe que permite criar arquivo .htaccess para redirect em ssl, criar url amigavel com variavel $url.
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