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With access control directives, such as allow and deny, you can control access to your Web site by remote users and hosts. The allow directive followed by a list of hostnames restricts access to only those hosts. The deny directive with a list of hostnames denies access by those systems. The argument "all" applies the directive to all hosts. The order directive specifies in what order the access control directives are to be applied. Other access control directives, such as require, can establish authentication controls, requiring users to log in. The access control directives can be used globally to control access to the entire site or placed within Directory directives to control access to individual directives. In the following example, all users are allowed access:
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You can further qualify access control directives by limiting them to certain HTML access methods. HTML access methods are ways a browser interacts with your Web site. For example, a browser could get information from a page (GET) or send information through it (POST). You can control such access methods using the <Limit> directive. Limit takes as its
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argument a list of access methods to be controlled. The directive then pairs with a </Limit> directive to define a Limit block within which you can place access control directives. These directives only apply to the specified access methods. You can place such Limit blocks with a Directory block to set up controls of access methods for a specific directory. On the Red Hat distribution, the following Directory block in the /etc/config/httpd.conf file controls access methods for your Web site's home directory, /var/www/html.
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# This should be changed to whatever you set DocumentRoot to. <Directory /var/www/html> Options Indexes FollowSymLinks AllowOverride All <Limit GET> order allow,deny allow from all </Limit> </Directory>
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Controls are inherited from upper-level directories to lower-level ones. If you want to control access strictly on a per-directory basis to your entire Web site, you can use the following entry to deny access to all users. Then, in individual directories, you can allow access to certain users, groups, or hosts.
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Certain directives can modify or complete pathname segments of a URL used to access your site. The pathname segment of the URL specifies a particular directory or Web page on your site. Directives enable you to alias or redirect pathnames, as well as to select a default Web page. With the Alias directive, you can let users access resources located in other parts of your system, on other file systems, or on other Web sites. An alias can use a URL for sites on the Internet, instead of a pathname for a directory on your system. With the Redirect directive, you can redirect a user to another site.
Alias /mytrain /home/dylan/trainproj Redirect /mycars http://www.myautos.com/mycars
If Apache is given only a directory to access, rather than a specific Web page, it looks for an index Web page located in that directory and displays it. The possible names for a default Web page are listed by the DirectoryIndex directive. The name usually used is index.html, but you can add others. The standard names are shown here. When Apache is given only a Web directory to access, it looks for and displays the index.html Web page located in it.
DirectoryIndex index.html index.shtml index.cgi
Apache also enables a user to maintain Web pages located in a special subdirectory in the user's home directory, rather than in the main Web site directory. Using a ~ followed by the user name accesses this directory. The name of this directory is specified with the UserDir directive. The default name is public_html, as shown here. The site
turtle.mytrek.com/~dylan accesses the directory turtle.mytrek.com/home/dylan/public_html on the host turtle.mytrek.com.
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