Apache Server Configs is a collection of boilerplate configurations that can help your server improve the web site's performance and security, while also ensuring that resources are served with the correct content-type and are accessible, if needed, even cross-domain.
There are a few options for getting the Apache server configs:
If you have access to the main server configuration
httpd.conf), you should add the logic from the
file in, for example, a
section in the main configuration file. This is usually the recommended
way, as using
.htaccess files slows
If you don't have access, which is quite common with hosting services,
just copy the
file in the root of the website.
Also note that some configurations won't have any effect if the appropriate modules aren't enabled. So, in order for everything to work as intended, you need to ensure the you have the following Apache modules enabled:
For more detailed information on configuration files and how to use them, please check the appropriate Apache documentation:
Anyone and everyone is welcome to contribute, but before you do, please take a moment to review the guidelines.
The code is available under the MIT license.