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where is .htaccess file in cpanel 11

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by shara, Sep 12, 2007.

  1. shara

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    I can't see the .htaccess file in cpanel 11 with new Ajax themes .
    is this a bug for this version of cpanel?
    after upload .htaccess file I can't see that to edit this file ??????
    this problem is from new Ajax themes!!!!!

    please help me?:confused:
     
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    Someone will correct me if I'm wrong, but you never could see dot files in File Manager. Those are hidden files. I just checked File Manager and Legacy File Manager and can't see them.

    You should get yourself a good FTP client (if you don't have one), and check the settings to show hidden files.
     
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    theme X

    but I can see this file when I switch to the X theme !!!!!!
    I can see and edit!!!
    to showing this file in other themes what I should be done ?

    tanks
     
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    I stand corrected. I just checked in X2 and can see them in Fileman. This sounds like something that should be directed to the bugtracker.
    http://bugzilla.cpanel.net/

    If you add one there, post a link back here for it and lets get some votes on it to get this sorted.
     
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    With the new File Manager, when you click on the icon - be sure to check the option to show dot-files. Then you will be able to see and edit .htaccess. I use this functionality myself on a regular (near daily) basis in cPanel 11.
     
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    OMG.. it woulda bit me if it was a snake! ROFLMAO!

    Thanks David! :p
     
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    RTFM? Touche?

    <<chuckle>>
     
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    Never read a manual till somethin' breaks. :p
     
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    thanks

    thanks friends :p
     
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    A few years late but my guess is im not the only one.

    If this pop up does not popup because some time ago you clicked like I did:

    then you will need to reset your cpanel.

    last quote taken from /http://helpfultech.net/node/28 Show hidden files in cPanel, and find .htaccess | Drupal Helpful Tech thanks guys
     
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