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RewriteRule portfolio portfolio.php RewriteRule reportage reportage.php Sorry, just realised what's going on... you need to be more specific in your rewrites. The above rules will rewrite the URL if "portfolio" (or "reportage") appear anywhere in the requested URL - this will catch your image URLs as well (since "portfolio" and "reportage" are part of ...


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I changed name of my folders to not conflict RewriteRule 's Ex. Have reportageImages---> my .jpg here now its imagesR - name doesn't matter but it was in conflict someway with that RewriteRule: RewriteRule reportage reportage.php Now it works.


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There is no issue at all in running your own DNS servers and cPanel as you have seen has its own built in DNS server for webmasters to host DNS on the cPanel server. In order to make this work you will have to make sure that the DNS server's IP addresses are changed and reflected appropriately. On server 1... ns1.domain.com > IP 10.0.0.1 ns2.domain.com > IP ...


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This one is hard to answer as there is any number of ways the email count have been sent. The most common ways are... Unsanitized inputs through your website - This happens where you don't sanitize your user inputs and a user is able to pass PHP code directly into your application through your web forms. All user inputs should be sanitized and limited to ...


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The most common issue here is a lack of RAM on your server. Having used a range of FTP servers in the past most FTP servers store the file in memory during the transfer and once the whole file has been received or sent the file is flushed from memory to a file on the receiving server, and just flushed from memory on the sending server. NCFTP has a general ...


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Change your site language to AMP HTML and do not worry about server locations. :)


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This is very much dependent on the way your application is written. If the exact same application handles everything and it is all build under a single global controller then the application should handle version routing but if you have several separate applications based on which version they are then the server should handle routing to the appropriate ...


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These details are associated with your DNS provider. To make the site work you need to specify a DNS providers nameserver records to specify where the details for your site resolution are held. The other questions he is asking appear to be to do with if you want to use the registrar to host the DNS instead of a DNS provider of your choice. If your web host ...


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The disadvantage would be if your server is slow or your connection is slow. If both are fast then, no, you don't need a separate server. Your server can get bogged down, even with small files, if you get a lot of random requests for different files and it doesn't have enough memory to keep it all in cache. Even Gigabytes of ram won't help if your internet ...



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