I'm using apache 2.2.17 for home windows. To setup
.htaccess file, after i was dealing with
httpd.conf file, i wasn't capable of finding the term known as
“AccessFileName”. In my opinion there
ought to be a line such as this:
AccessFileName .htaccess. How do i solve this??
Here may be the
Thanks ahead of time...
As possible read here
While processing a request the server searches for the very first existing configuration file out of this listing of names in each and every directory from the path towards the document, if distributed configuration files are enabled for that directory. For instance:
before coming back the document /usr/local/web/index.html, the server will read /.acl, /usr/.acl, /usr/local/.acl and /usr/local/web/.acl for directives, unless of course they've been disabled with
<Directory> AllowOverride None </Directory>
AccessFileName .htaccess is default. If it's not present, that's how it is using. Should you to love make use of a different filename, you can include the road in and replace
I solved it by altering
AllowOverride None to
AllowOverride All inside