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Wildcard SSL Certificates in CPanel – How to put multiple sub domains on the same IP

Tuesday, May 3rd, 2011

ИконописиконографияКартиниA while ago I bought a wildcard SSL certificate so that I could use one certificate on multiple sub domains. This works great when each sub domain is on a separate server or if each sub domain has a separate IP. As an example, we have several servers. Each server gets its own name. Something […]

Cpanel and custom Apache or PHP modules

Wednesday, September 1st, 2010

холови гарнитуриRecently I had to recompile PHP to add additional support for modules not listed in the CPanel easyapache config options. CPanel has thought of most things even if they haven’t created a nice GUI interface for them yet. In this case, you can add custom parameters to add to your apache or PHP compile. […]

Case insensitive URLs with Apache

Thursday, July 6th, 2006

On a recent project, the request came in to allow for case insensitive URL’s. The site is housed on a *nix box running Apache. Since *nix systems don’t support case insensitive file/folder names, it won’t work natively. To accomodate this request, we turned to our most complicated and obscure friend ModRewrite. ModRewrite allows you to […]

Automatic Redirection and the UseCanonicalName Directive

Monday, March 20th, 2006

Did you know that you get redirected on a very regular basis? Many people, including most web server admins it seems, don’t completely understand the makup of the URL that we use so often. Lets look at a URL and break down its components. We will be using one from this site. First of […]

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