I am using a flash media player on one of my domains that streams music. The flash player would be like domain.com/music
The mp3 files are located in domain.com/music/mp3
The flash player just reads the title of the song and displays it in the media player.
I have used htaccess already to disable indexing, but the file name that shows on the media player is the exact name of the mp3, so I'm pretty sure people will be able to easily figure this out and start downloading our music.
What else can I add to htaccess to allow localhost access to the music, to stream with the flash player, but wont allow downloading of the mp3s.
Our servers has been updated recently and my site is not working properly. It was working before the server change. When I click on the links, it doesn't update correctly, instead it gets the last cached data. I have to refresh each link for it to update which shouldn't be the case. I'm a front-end and have no access to servers. Could this be server-related?
I have a Public [82.x.x.x] and Private Apache Servers [192.168.20.100], and wish to redirect a series of subdomain requests i.e. for joomla.example.com or moodle.example.com on 82.x.x.x => joomla.example.com or moodle.example.com on 192.168.20.100.
Can I manage all from one .htaccess file in main root (www) or should I create "esp" directory (and point old subdomain to it - one for every language) and put .htaccess in every directory with redirection ?
I am running into a bit of a problem. Previously, I can add an apache handler through cPanel easily... but now I moved to mediatemplate.net and that feature isn't available on their contol panel. Since they also run apache, I figured that I can set the apache handler manually through an .htaccess file - is that possible? If so, what is the syntax that will enable me to set .html files to be handled like .php files?
There is one setback to this process - this will be a manually inserted file for every directory that I want to do the above stated file handler. Is there an easier way to do this via SSH? I don't have root access, only normal user access.
I have a directory of /flash/1.swf all the way to /flash/4000.swf on my hosting.I am trying with terrible luck to load the flash movies into the container on zomgflash dot com(avoiding possible spam) -- its all setup...it should be loading the movies...I think it's a mod_rewrite problem but I could be wrong...it's basically a clone of iwantmoar dot com(avoiding spam again) -- you'll notice when you type a number after the domain like /238 or /2898 that it loads up /flash/238.swf or /flash/2898.swf into the flash container on the iwantmoar website. That's what I'm trying to get my website to do.
I need them shown like [URL] .... in the address bar... and that would have index.php load up 1.swf in the container if that makes more sense.This is the contents of my .htaccess from my relentless googling:
One site just linked to my website with incorrect URL as URL.. want to correct this by redirecting the URL to URL.... Therefore, I add the following line in my .htaccess, as follows: Redirect 301 /aor/%e2%80%9d URL...
However, this does not work. When I input URL... in Firefox or IE, the browser still said the page not found(404) error.
Apache httpd Users mailing list, but nobody there has responded in several days. I'm using mod_alias to map URLs to directories that are outside of Apache's DocumentRoot. However, it seems that .htaccess files are being ignored in these directories.