Topic: htaccess

How To Build Your Own URL Shortener With Apache, PHP, and MySQL

URL Shortener

Published August 11, 2013 by Brad Knutson

Short URLs aren’t as popular as they once were, and we can thank Twitter for that. Short URLs were made popular by the 140-character or less update platform where it was necessary to save as much space as possible for text. Of course, now Twitter builds it’s own short URLs, so this practice isn’t exactly […]

Building an SEO Friendly Landing Page

Building an SEO Friendly Landing Page

Published May 2, 2013 by Brad Knutson

When marketers are tasked with building a landing page (perhaps for a product release, a marketing or add campaign, or a micro-site) they often times farm out the design and development to outside vendors, and the result is a beautiful and functional landing page. These landing pages are very visually appealing, and sure to impress […]

Redirect All Requests to Maintenance Page

.htaccess Redirect

Published March 21, 2013 by Brad Knutson

Using a place holder page, such as an “Under Construction” or “Maintenance” page, is a useful tool in any web developer belt. There are many different situations that would call for a global redirect of all requests to a domain to be sent somewhere else temporarily. Perhaps you are going through a rebranding of your […]

Keep Up-to-Date



See a complete list of topics discussed in blog posts here.

Check These Out

Get 2 Weeks Free! Sign Up Today! Premium Managed WordPress Hosting Genesis Framework for WordPress SEO is complex. Tools should be simple. Thesis Theme for WordPress:  Options Galore and a Helpful Support Community