In web development, .htaccess is a powerful configuration file that allows you to manage various server settings and control how your website functions. This file is commonly used with Apache web servers and enables website administrators to implement specific server rules on a per-directory basis.
Some common uses for .htaccess include:
.htaccess is a valuable tool that enables you to customize your website’s functionality, performance, and security on Apache Web Servers. Although .htaccess files are not applicable to Webflow-hosted sites, you can find other options for implementing similar functionalities.
Webflow offers alternative solutions for many tasks typically set up using .htaccess files. For example, you can implement 301 redirects in Site settings or create custom 404 pages in the Designer.
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