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How To Redirect Dead-End Category, Search And Tag URLs In WordPress

Since WordPress 2.5, WordPress automatically handles many redirections on your blog. If you’re using a pretty permalinks in your blog, WordPress will redirect the following three URLs results in 404 (Page Not Found) errors: http://www.example.com/tag/ http://www.example.com/category/ http://www.example.com/search/ These three pages doesn’t exist by default. However, a visitor of your website and search engines, such as …

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How To Deny Access To No Referrer Requests With .htaccess

In this article, we will talk about how to deny access to no referrer requests. Believe it or not, but it’s a phenomenal trick. This method will definitely protect your website from a huge amount of spam. It’s also a great way to protect your website’s login form from brute force attacks. Automated spambots comments …

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How To Limit Access To WordPress Admin Panel By IP With .htaccess

In some future articles, I’m looking forward to talk about security and stuff. So, before I post them on this website, it’s more important to write all the basic stuff. In this article, I’ll show you how to limit access to WordPress admin panel by IP address with your .htaccess file. After using this trick …

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How To Allow Image Hotlinking In Specific Directories With .htaccess

Earlier today I shared an article about how to image hotlinking in your website with .htaccess file. I also applied this trick on my own website’s .htaccess file, but I faced a huge problem. I also run a Google PageRank checker tool, which allows you to check your PageRank & also add the PageRank badge …

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How To Prevent Directory Browsing With .htaccess

Sometimes a viewer of your website can change a few characters in the URL of your site and continue to browse your directories. It sounds fun but could be very dangerous for your website. It’s called directory browsing. I will recommend you to prevent/disable directory browsing on your website. Just add following snippet to your .htaccess file …

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