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How to test it? Just go to https://yoursite.com/, if it pulls up, it works!


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Did Amazon AWS provide you with the IP address for your server where you have hosted your application? If yes, you can try adding an A record for the sub-domain and point it to that IP address.


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Which option should I choose and why? I would probably choose the second option, but add to that list text/css and text/javascript. Basically you want to compress any text-based content, but not content like images, as these are already compressed. I have omitted the type="text/css" attributes from all CSS references, as well as the ...


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There is a way to directly block the viewing of the images using .htaccess RewriteEngine on RewriteCond %{HTTP_REFERER} !^http://(www\.)?localhost [NC] RewriteCond %{HTTP_REFERER} !^http://(www\.)?localhost.*$ [NC] RewriteRule \.(gif|jpg)$ - [F] This is going to return a 403 Forbidden error if you access the image directly, but it does allow them to be ...


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These are not Googlebot IP addresses. It is not uncommon for a bad bot operator to use Googlebot as an agent name to make you think they are okay. I found that a lot of bad bot operators come from Amazon IP addresses though I would not considering blocking Amazon IP addresses except one at a time. The Apache documentation can be found here: ...


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For non shared hosting, I would say Varnish will be your best option. It is a reverse proxy and cache content as well. This would result in improved performance of apache, reduce server load and would result in faster page loading times. There is an interesting discussion at Drupal regarding various caching options for it. In fact, most of them apply to any ...


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Several of my web applications and web hosting provider uses Advanced PHP Cache, also known as APC, instead of Memcache. From my experiences of using both, APC has improved performance more. I would make sure to ask your web hosting provider if they are/can use APC.



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