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The title pretty much says it all.

I want to direct all traffic to an under construction page except for traffic originating from my IP address so I can move a large development site into production and tweak a few things along the way.

Any way to do this in .htaccess?

Thanks.

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RewriteCond %{REMOTE_ADDR} != 192.168.1.0 #your ip goes here
RewriteRule !^maintanence$ maintanence [L]
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  • If I do this I get a 500 internal server error: RewriteEngine On RewriteCond %{REMOTE_ADDR} != 192.168.1.0 RewriteRule construction.php [L] – Tom Jun 12 '11 at 2:53
  • Yeah, and even when I don't change the IP I don't get redirected to the under construction page, I get a 500 Internal Server error instead. – Tom Jun 12 '11 at 2:59
  • Yes, I changed the IP in the example to my IP and still get a 500 Internal Server Error. – Tom Jun 12 '11 at 3:50
  • Hmm... that's interesting. Try this: RewriteCond %{REMOTE_ADDR} != 192.168.1.0 #your ip goes here RewriteRule ^/$ construction.php [L] – esqew Jun 12 '11 at 4:01
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    Check the error.log of your Apache httpd. I guess that mod_rewrite simply hasn't been loaded or that AllowOverride forbids the use of .htaccess files. – joschi Jun 12 '11 at 9:29
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in .htaccess, i am nt sure bt with php u can do this... Create index.php using following code

<?php
header ("Location:./under-construction/");
?>

keep this index.php file in public_html folder and your users will directly redirected to under construction page and u can check ur work directly entering ur page for exampale: xyz.com/demo/ or if your real page file(index.php) and should be located in same folder public_html than rename ur real page name frm index.php to demo.html for a while...

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