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Category Archives: Helicon Ape
Helicon Ape incorporates a profound tool for debugging of web-sites as well as .htaccess files, e.g. rewrite, proxy and other directives in your httpd.conf, .htaccess and .htpasswd files. The debugger will show how the server processes your requests in real … Continue reading
phpBB is the most popular bulletin board engine at the moment. It offers fantastic set of features but unfortunately Search Engine Friendly (SEF or SEO) URLs is not among them. Why you may need to have SEF URLs for your … Continue reading
If you have some downloadable content on your site (installation packages), you’ll probably want to monitor the statistics of downloads. But the popular Google Analytics system cannot count that as it is working only inside html-pages. Another option is analyzing … Continue reading
In April 2010 Google announced, that speed of a web site will be considered as an aspect of web search ranking. This means that web site creators and webmasters need to optimize their websites. What is the best way to do … Continue reading
Since build 22.214.171.124 Helicon Ape offers a web interface for the load balancer.
Helicon Ape mod_proxy module provides simple way to configure load balancer. This article is giving explicit instructions of how to configure and test such load balancer.
Since build 126.96.36.199 Helicon Ape is equipped with brand new mod_developer module.
This article is an introduction as well as a detailed guide to new mod_seo module being an integral part of Helicon Ape 3 which is destined to build good-looking URLs based on the application’s DB data or maps without necessity … Continue reading
Up to version 188.8.131.52 Helicon Ape cache could be cleaned only manually. Memory-based cache (mod_mem_cache) required recycling of corresponding application and disk-based cache (mod_disk_cache) cleaning implied manual files deletion form the file system. That was slightly inconvenient, to put it … Continue reading