denis-sokolov/3s/master/.htaccess - Htaccess File


# Optimizations
  Header unset Etag
  Header unset Last-Modified
  # This is removing of any other Vary
  Header set Vary "Accept-Encoding"

# Handle URLs
  RewriteEngine on

  # Apache, stop double gzipping my files!
  # I'll deal with gzipping myself, mkay?
  RewriteRule . - [E=no-gzip:1]

  # Fix for Apache 1. Hardcoding is bad.
  RewriteRule ^(3s|dashboard).php$ - [L]

  # Don't loop
  RewriteRule ^ - [L]

  # Hide some stuff
  RewriteRule ^table.json 3s.php?404 [L]

  # Developer dashboard
  RewriteRule ^$ dashboard.php [L,E=THREES_FINISH:1]

  # See if there's a static file like that
  # Return with Apache, if there is

  # Hack alert!
  # I would simple add [DPI] at the end of this rule, to avoid
  # stupid pathinfo, but some older Apaches don't like [DPI].
  # To workaround that, further down the road two rules
  # (adding ".gz" and removing "tmp")
  # have slashes at their matching ends instead of $.
  # Keep that in mind.

  RewriteRule ^(.+)$ tmp/$1

    # Directives for Apache static handling
    <FilesMatch ".(css|js)(.gz)?$">
      Header set Cache-Control: max-age=31449600
      ExpiresActive on
      ExpiresDefault "access plus 364 days"
    <Files *.gz>
      Header set Content-Encoding: gzip
      Header unset Content-Length
    <Files *.css.gz>
      ForceType text/css
    <Files *.js.gz>
      ForceType application/javascript

    # Serve gzip if possible
    RewriteCond %{HTTP:Accept-encoding} gzip
      RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME}.gz -s
    RewriteRule ^(.+)/ $1.gz [L,E=THREES_FINISH:1]
    # Or serve normal
    RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} -s
    RewriteRule ^ - [L,E=THREES_FINISH:1]  

  # Well, there is not. Let us remove the tmp, and go back to our engine.
  RewriteRule ^tmp/(.+)/ 3s.php?$1 [L,E=THREES_FINISH:1]
  # Fallback due to [DPI] hack above
  RewriteRule ^tmp/(.+) 3s.php?$1 [L,E=THREES_FINISH:1]

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ENV, no-gzip, REQUEST_FILENAME, static