7 .htaccess Rules That Every WordPress User Should Know

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    you are hosting your site on an Apache server, you will come across the Hypertext Access file or “.htaccess” for short. This file allows you to create rules and control file and folder access in the root and subdirectories. In fact, if you open the .htaccess file located in the WordPress root directory, you will see a code snippet related to WordPress permalink settings. However, you can do so much more with this file. Here are seven of the best .htaccess rules that every WordPress user should know and implement.

    Note:
    1. Unless otherwise stated, all the code snippets shared below should be added to the .htaccess file located in the root directory of your website.

    2. Before making any changes, make sure that you have a good backup of the file so that you can restore it if anything goes wrong.

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