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Force SSL using htaccess file


Many times on pages which process secure information such as login or checkout, we need to use SSL and to make sure every user uses SSL only, we can force SSL. Most of the Payment Gateway service require payment information to be processed & sent using only by SSL otherwise they can hold your funds. Worst case if by any chance credit card information is leaked because of incorrect setup, they may fine you as […]


How to protect your bandwidth by htaccess


Many bloggers, webmasters copy paste the resource URLs linking directly to non-html objects not on one own’s server, such as images, .js files etc. The victim’s server in this case is robbed of bandwidth (and in turn money) as the violator enjoys showing content without having to pay for its deliverance. The most common practice of hot linking pertains to another site’s images. The best way to stop hot linking is to have your images […]