Web

Corrupt Content Objects in eZ Publish

On my eZDB I’ve found two different scenarios of corrupt objects, they must have become corrupt when not having transaction enabled, and eZp or the user breaks out of a content object creation, og content object edit: a content object exist only in table ezcontentobject, no referernces to object in any other ezcontentobject*-tables. SOLUTION: delete […]

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Linux

Setting up an SSL server with Apache2 on Debian

With the introduction of the Apache2 packages in Debian it is much simpler to create and use a secure SSL protected webserver than in the old days with Apache 1.3, here we’ll show how it is done. If you have Apache 2.x installed already then you’re good to go as you don’t need anything extra […]

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Web

Blocking Image Bandwidth Theft/Hotlinking with URL Rewriting

You can stop others from hotlinking your site’s files by placing a file called .htaccess in your Apache site root (main) directory. The period before the name means the file is hidden, so you may want to edit your file as htaccess.txt, upload it to your server, then rename the txt file to .htaccess in […]

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Linux

mod_rewriting an entire site

Using mod_rewrite to redirect all pages to one central PHP page’. On my site, I decided to use an all-index structure, as that’s how I prefer to do things – it means that the scripting language is more hidden from the end user than if you linked to pages such as “something-bizarre.jsp” and means that […]

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Linux

mod_rewrite, a beginners guide (with examples)

mod_rewrite is used for rewriting a URL at the server level, giving the user output for that final page. So, for example, a user may ask for http://www.somesite.com/widgets/blue/, but will really be given http://www.somesite.com/widgets.php?colour=blue by the server.

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