Category: nginx

  • How to export Webflow code using simple Linux commands

    This article covers how to export Webflow code using simple Linux commands. Webflow is a great platform however most of its functionality is centered around editing and designing and less around hosting. Once a site has been designed and is receiving less frequent updates, moving out to your own web server can be a cost […]

  • Handling index.html redirection on Jekyll sites under NGINX

    Most NGINX configurations found online for the fantastic static site generator Jekyll, have the undesirable side effect that both / and /index.html serve the same page. This is an issue for SEO since search engines penalize having the same content under more than one URL.

  • Implementing Apache’s force proxy flag for rewrite rules under NGINX

    NGINX’s default behavior for rewrite rules (at least up to version 0.7.65) is to redirect if the replacement part begins with ‘http://’. Let me quote some info from NGINX’ wiki: rewrite syntax: rewrite regex replacement flag […] If the replacement string begins with http:// then the client will be redirected, and any further rewrite directives […]