To enable Deflate compression for resources with WAMP (thus Apache), you can use this following code in your .htaccess file:
It works well for several websites I own.
This won't work in an HTML page, so is it possible to configure IIS 7 to have the #include directive work in both HTML and PHP pages? Is there a better way to do this period?
Something that might simplify things for you overall would be to configure IIS to use PHP code inside .html files instead of .php files. Then you'll be able to use PHP code directly in ...
Sounds like either something is sharing the port or its failing to shut down correctly
Run a netsh http show servicestate to diagnose if anything is running on the HTTP Service.
Additionally do a netstat -ano and see if the IIS service is running on a ID. (I know you said TCPView is reporting ID:0 but this doesn't sound right and I'd put more trust in the ...
The following might help with parsing your Apache access log for GET requests: Analyzing Apache Log Files
I haven't used TMG, but have done this with awk. See section 1 in the link above for the Apache combined log format, and sections 2 and 3 for parsing examples which you might adapt.
You can also parse Apache logs with cross-platform scripting ...
If you're being redirected to "localhost", that means you might not be using the private network IP address and port number of the host computer (e.g., 192.168.1.1:9191) if on the same network, or its public IP address and port if on a different network (e.g., 184.108.40.206:9191).
You need a separate zone for each domain.
Here are some instructions from one web host on how to do it. The process should be similar on any web host.
To host multiple domain names on a single server, create a separate domain zone for each domain name... At a minimum, you'll need an A record for each domain name pointing to the server's IP address.
Based on what I can gather from your question you are wanting to serve the same site from both domains, but don't want to be redirecting from one domain to another. In that case what you referring to isn't a redirect or a route but rather is a site binding. To do this in IIS is very easy and doesn't involve changing your code should you not wish to. The ...
You are mixing a lot of things in fact, probably because the role of a DNS server is not clear.
So, let me just go back and try to explain things a little more. First by making sure to understand that everything below indeed also applies for websites and the HTTP(S) protocol but is certainly not specific to it and in fact applies to any service on the ...
The issue is that the action is hard coded to use the same filename. You could add some additional conditions and duplicate the rules, but a simpler option would be to change the RewriteUserFriendlyURL2 action url to:
If the title parameter always equals the filename.
As @closetnoc states what you are after is known as the performance monitor in Windows.
To launch it open the run dialog and type in perfmon and press enter.
To get an immediate and real-time view of CPU utilization click on Performance Monitor on the left hand console tree. The colour scheme of the graph is different (red over white), but it is the same ...
To make it work you would have to let the subdomain be available externally as well as internally. Presumably this subdomain has sensitive information on it that shouldn't be available externally. If that is the case, you would have to configure the server not to show the sensitive parts of the subdomain over the external interface.
Once it was ...
Check it out :
Or you can add domain name via this method :
To Add New Domain Names to Plesk
Log in to Plesk
Click Add New Domain.
Complete the following, and then click OK:
Section What to do...
Domain name Enter the domain name you want to use.
Currently, I can only visit these websites if I include www. Eg:www.techtint.com
It appears that your DNS configuration has some issues: As indicated in the DNS health reports below, the nameservers for your domain are not resolving properly, and there are no MX (mailserver) records either. It does appear that you have A and CNAME records for the www ...
Quoting directly from Apache 1.3 documentation on Log Files, this issue is addressed very nicely:
When running a server with many virtual hosts, there are several options for dealing with log files. First, it is possible to use logs exactly as in a single-host server. Simply by placing the logging directives outside the sections in the main server ...
Domain forwarding and the port you're trying to access have quite a little in common. While DNS servers are supposed to propagate you domain name, your DNS provider must point the requests to the IP address of the server your site is hosted at; IIS/Apache/other server should actually listen to a port supplied in request.
Yes, you can forward subdomain to ...