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Survive heavy traffic with your webserver

in PHP added by goodphptutorials, on 2/10/2009 PEAR apache caching disk IO linux mysql performance

There are many things you can do to speed up your website. This article focuses on practical things that I used, without any spending money on additional hardware or commercial software.

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Apache Tips and Tricks: Hide PHP version (X-Powered-By)

in PHP added by goodphptutorials, on 30/12/2007 apache headers security

You can configure apache to provide only a minimal amount of information about the installed software versions in its banner. But if you are using the PHP module in your web server (as most of us are), then there is one additional step that need to be completed, and this is what I will show you in this tip.

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VPS MySQL and Apache Optimization Guide

in PHP added by goodphptutorials, on 2/9/2007 advanced tutorials apache mysql vps web server

With a considerable number of webmasters switching to Virtual Private Servers (VPS) from shared hosting these days and preferring them over costlier fully dedicated servers, memory and resource optimization has become a burning issue.

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Install Apache Web Server on Windows Vista [flash video]

in PHP added by goodphptutorials, on 23/1/2008 apache beginner tutorials installation

A quick flash video showing how to install Apache on Windows Vista.

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Secure PHP installation on unix/linux systems

in PHP added by quipo, on 27/1/2007 apache howto linux php php5 security unix

Simple guide to a more secure PHP installation on unix/linux systems

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Installing Apache on Windows

in PHP added by ducani, on 15/4/2008 apache install windows

Even though it is possible to do Web development and testing on a remote server, it is better to fully develop a new Web site on a local Web server, and then upload everything when it is finished, for many reasons: 1) Keeping the unfinished site off the Internet is safer, because as you begin developing the site, you probably have not put in all of your code for neutralizing any potential attacks against your site, including cross-site scripting (XSS) vulnerabilities...

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