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Changeset 487819


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Timestamp:
01/10/12 22:47:00 (2 years ago)
Author:
isaacchapman
Message:

Changing the description to emphasize the plugin can only be activated on Apache with mod_rewrite enabled

Location:
htaccess-secure-files
Files:
2 edited

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  • htaccess-secure-files/tags/0.4/readme.txt

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    1010== Description == 
    1111 
     12**The Htaccess Secure Files plugin can only be activated on Apache web servers with mod_rewrite enabled, and will automatically raise an error upon activation if this is not the case.** 
     13 
    1214The Htaccess Secure Files plugin allows for setting files to be accessible only to visitors who have a specified IP address or <a title="WordPress role or capbility" href="http://codex.wordpress.org/Roles_and_Capabilities">WordPress role or capability</a>. By using <a title=".htaccess files" href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Htaccess">.htaccess files</a> to secure the content instead of a separate directory outside the web root, WordPress's native media library functionality can be used to upload secure files and link to them from within the visual editor. 
    1315 
     
    1517 
    1618**Any visitor that matches any selected role, capability, or IP address will be allowed to access secured files.** 
    17  
    18 **The Htaccess Secure Files plugin can only be activated on Apache web servers with mod_rewrite enabled.** 
    1919 
    2020This plugin works by creating a .htaccess files in the directory of each secured file. If you manually edit the .htaccess file and it becomes corrupt (a 500 Internal Server Error is the most likely symptom), I recommend deleting the .htaccess file and then edit and save each secured item in the media library. 
  • htaccess-secure-files/trunk/readme.txt

    r468838 r487819  
    1010== Description == 
    1111 
     12**The Htaccess Secure Files plugin can only be activated on Apache web servers with mod_rewrite enabled, and will automatically raise an error upon activation if this is not the case.** 
     13 
    1214The Htaccess Secure Files plugin allows for setting files to be accessible only to visitors who have a specified IP address or <a title="WordPress role or capbility" href="http://codex.wordpress.org/Roles_and_Capabilities">WordPress role or capability</a>. By using <a title=".htaccess files" href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Htaccess">.htaccess files</a> to secure the content instead of a separate directory outside the web root, WordPress's native media library functionality can be used to upload secure files and link to them from within the visual editor. 
    1315 
     
    1517 
    1618**Any visitor that matches any selected role, capability, or IP address will be allowed to access secured files.** 
    17  
    18 **The Htaccess Secure Files plugin can only be activated on Apache web servers with mod_rewrite enabled.** 
    1919 
    2020This plugin works by creating a .htaccess files in the directory of each secured file. If you manually edit the .htaccess file and it becomes corrupt (a 500 Internal Server Error is the most likely symptom), I recommend deleting the .htaccess file and then edit and save each secured item in the media library. 
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