Creating a .htaccess is easier then it sounds.
You can create an .htaccess file in any text editor. When saving on
Windows, make sure to use "All file types" options. On Macs, creating a
.htaccess file will result in the file disappearing on OS X. As such,
it's best to create it as htaccess and then rename it once it's on the
You can also create the file via the File Manager located in the control panel.
The .htaccess file is a simple text file that tells apache, the web
server, how to behave with files and directories that are accessed.
These configuration options only affect the web server, web pages, and
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