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clean_urls_with_.htaccess_files [2016/05/03 12:28]
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 There are two places to edit the contents of the .htaccess files. There are two places to edit the contents of the .htaccess files.
  
-  - For Backlight installations with Pages, you'll need to edit the .htaccess file at the top of your site.  The file is annotated with the lined you'll need to change for FastCGI. ​ The edits consist of disabling two lines by adding # to the beginning, and enabling one other line by removing a leading #​.  ​+  - For Backlight installations with Pages, you'll need to edit the .htaccess file at the top of your site.  The file is annotated with the lines you'll need to change for FastCGI. ​ The edits consist of disabling two lines by adding # to the beginning, and enabling one other line by removing a leading #​.  ​
   - For albums and album sets, the .htaccess file is controlled via a Backlight setting. ​ To update this setting:   - For albums and album sets, the .htaccess file is controlled via a Backlight setting. ​ To update this setting:
  
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 Some hosts may disallow .htaccess files or certain directives within the files. ​ Fixing this is beyond the scope of this article. ​ One option is to locate your Apache error file and determine the underlying error. ​ This file may be found via FTP, or via your cPanel. Some hosts may disallow .htaccess files or certain directives within the files. ​ Fixing this is beyond the scope of this article. ​ One option is to locate your Apache error file and determine the underlying error. ​ This file may be found via FTP, or via your cPanel.
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 As stated above, Backlight is designed to work without .htaccess files, albeit without clean URLs in certain locations. ​ As such, removing or renaming the .htaccess file at the top of your site, and following the preceding steps for updating Album .htaccess files so that the field is empty, should solve any issues with .htaccess files. As stated above, Backlight is designed to work without .htaccess files, albeit without clean URLs in certain locations. ​ As such, removing or renaming the .htaccess file at the top of your site, and following the preceding steps for updating Album .htaccess files so that the field is empty, should solve any issues with .htaccess files.
  
  
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