When you start to play with Windows Server 2016 and IIS 10, you’ll receive an error when you try to install the IIS URL Rewrite Module in IIS. The error occurs because the URL Rewrite Module installer contains an invalid version check for the IIS being used. Here is how to install IIS URL Rewrite Module in IIS 10…Read More »How to install IIS URL Rewrite Module on Windows Server 2016 & IIS 10
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Extensionless URLs in IIS
Sometimes it’s important to remove -or hide- the file extension of scripts you use. Security by obscurity might be that reason, if you don’t want others to know what script language you are using for your website, or for static site hosts. This example will hide the
.php extension using the IIS URL Rewrite module, in a ready to use web.config & .htaccess example.
How to fix the URL Rewrite Module error “Rewrite error: Expression contains a repeat expression” on Windows Server IIS.Read More »IIS URL Rewrite “Rewrite Module error: Expression contains a repeat expression”
Remove HTTP response headers in Windows Server IIS 10 and ASP.NET
Windows Server IIS loves to tell the world that a website runs on IIS. It does so with the Server header in the HTTP response, as shown below. In this post I’ll show you how to remove response server headers in IIS. You don’t want to give hackers too much information about your servers, heh? ;-).Read More »Remove IIS Server version HTTP Response Header
uses used URL Rewrite Outbound Rules in IIS, to offload content from a different server and/or host name. This is also known as IIS with URL Rewrite as a reverse proxy, and should improve website performance. Just recently I noticed Outbound Rules conflicted with gzip compressed content. The following HTTP 500.52 URL Rewrite Module Error was thrown:
This post describes the steps necessary to install Node.js and Ghost on Windows Server IIS. Ghost is a Node.js web application, specific for just blogging. To run Node.js applications in IIS, you need iisnode as a module. Here is how to install all of this.Read More »Install Node.js, iisnode module and Ghost on Windows Server / IIS
Here’s how to create a Content Delivery Network (CDN) using IIS outbound rewrite rules. Offload your static content and speed up your website with these tips. Offloading content is important for the performance of your website, because then content is downloaded in parallel and thus faster. A faster website attracts more visitors, is more user friendly, improves CTR and Google SEO.Read More »Create your own CDN using IIS Outbound Rules
Learn how to use .htaccess in Windows Server IIS. In this post I’ll provide you with some useful
.htaccess URL rewrite examples. URL rewrite examples that you can use on Window Server IIS for your website.
Here are 17+ valuable WordPress snippets for site-specific plugins and
functions.php to provide you a better WordPress experience. Enhance your WordPress site with these small PHP snippets: WordPress filters, actions and functions. Quickly add or extend the functionality you need for your WordPress website! Read on…
The Baidu spider (BaiduSpider user agent) can be a real pain to block, especially since it does not respect a robots.txt as it should. This post shows you how to block Baidu Spider bot, using IIS URL Rewrite Module based on its User-Agent string.Read More »How to block BaiduSpider bot User-Agent?
This post describes some of the IIS URL Rewrite Module web.config equivalents of commonly used Apache .htaccess settings. This is useful when you convert your .htaccess to web.config. The second part of this post outlines how to use Internet Information Services Manager to import and convert .htaccess rules to web.config.Read More »Convert .htaccess to web.config
Who said WordPress is slow on Windows Server IIS? Gzip compress and serve WP-Super-Cache or Cache Enabler static HTML files, to supercharge your WordPress blog. Here is how to serve gzip compressed HTML files through Windows Server IIS: create smaller, compressed, static HTML files, that are downloaded faster. This works with WP-Super-Cache and Cache Enabler on IIS!Read More »Tips to speed up WordPress, serve gzip compressed static HTML files
Having an SSL certificate in your WordPress is the de-facto standard nowadays, did you know that? Google ranks sites having HTTPS higher in their SERP. But in WordPress, how do you configure an SSL certificate and HTTPS URL? You’ll learn the important steps to move WordPress from http to https in this post.Read More »SSL in WordPress: how to move WordPress to HTTPS? The definitive guide