[How-To]Create .htaccess file online with ease

Most commonly referred to in Apache Webserver, .htaccess is the default name of directory level configuration files for the webserver. A .htaccess file is placed in a particular directory, and the directives in the .htaccess file apply to that directory, and all subdirectories thereof.

.htaccess file is primarily used for access restrictions, error response page customizations, re-writing urls etc… However, creating a .htaccess file for novices is never easy. However, good news is, there exists a web application which can help you create a .htaccess file online.

htaccesseditor for online creation of .htaccess files.

htaccesseditor for online creation of .htaccess files.

Htaccesseditor is an interesting service which allows you to create a .htaccess file. It asks for certain inputs and based on that generates the .htaccess file for your usage. Once you are finished with all the input groups, copy and paste the results generated into your .htaccess file for usage.

Copy and paste content in your .htaccess file

Copy and paste content in your .htaccess file

Try out Htaccesseditor and share your comments.

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