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I have $10 plan on my Veewom , it’s possible to resize.
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I've recently created a new droplet with Ubuntu 16.04 and was pleased to see that ```sudo apt-get install apache2``` gets me Apache 2.4.18. I was hoping that would allow me to enable HTTP2 support; alas, the respective mod_http2 is not included. Is there any way to manually install the module or to get a version of Apache that has it included?
My some end-users getting 302 Found response page while trying to access my forum, which is powered by Invision Power Suite. I tried to troubleshoot with CURL about what is the problem, these are the results:
And this is the .htaccess of the root directory (/var/www/html/)
It seems, my server is giving 302 response everytime user tries to access it through non-SSL. I don't want to give up from security, so I have to find a way without disabling SSL.
HSTS is enabled, and my forum uses HTTPS address as the main board URL. I couldn't find a proper solution in the internet, so I wanted to ask DigitalOcean community.
Note: Apache is 2.4.20, PHP is 7.0.8 (both from Sury.org packages) and MySQL is 5.7.12 (Ubuntu packages)
tomorrow i submit my site in google webmaster. all is going good but Google couldn't access your site because of a server connectivity error. Please tell me how can i resolve the issue.
Hello all! I am attempting to setup two domains on one server, which is working fine for the first domain I set up, however the second domain is having issues with permalinks. I cannot get them setup properly and every thing I have tried in regards to adding Allow Override and Rewrite _____ to the .conf files all wind up redirecting the second domain to the first domain. Is there something wrong with the way I have the .conf files set up? Not sure how to proceed. The article below would have been perfect, if it wasnt deprecated