How to hide the .php file extension with IIS URL Rewrite Module

How to hide the .php file extension with URL Rewrite on Windows Server IIS? Sometimes it’s important to 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. This example will hide the .php extension using the IIS URL Rewrite module, in a ready to use web.config & .htaccess example.

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Set or remove the read-only attribute assigned to files with PHP chmod

Chmod.php, change file attributes with PHP, to make files read only or normally accessible on Windows IIS servers. Sometimes you need chmod to make files read only on your website, or make them normally accessible in case they already are read only. For instance Drupal’s settings.php configuration file, or WordPress Contact Form 7 temporary captcha files, are examples of read-only files.

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WordPress plugin “In Over Your Archives” Call-time pass-by-reference fix for PHP 5.4

How to fix PHP Call-time pass-by-reference has been removed in errors. The following PHP fix goes for nearly all PHP Call-time pass-by-reference errors: The WordPress plugin In Over Your Archives is a plugin to display your archive page in a nice way, just like on inoveryourhead.net. The plugin hasn’t been updated in quite some time and breaks with PHP version 5.4:

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