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      Authentication and Authorization
        Authentication is any process by which you verify that
        someone is who they claim they are. Authorization is any
        process by which someone is allowed to be where they want to
        go, or to have information that they want to have.

        See: Authentication, Authorization

      Access Control
        Access control refers to the process of restricting, or
        granting access to a resource based on arbitrary criteria. There
        are a variety of different ways that this can be

        See: Access Control

      Dynamic Content with CGI
        The CGI (Common Gateway Interface) defines a way for a web
        server to interact with external content-generating programs,
        which are often referred to as CGI programs or CGI scripts. It
        is a simple way to put dynamic content on
        your web site. This document will be an introduction to setting
        up CGI on your Apache web server, and getting started writing
        CGI programs.

        See: CGI: Dynamic Content

      .htaccess files
        .htaccess files provide a way to make configuration
        changes on a per-directory basis. A file, containing one or more
        configuration directives, is placed in a particular document directory,
        and the directives apply to that directory, and all subdirectories thereof.

        See: .htaccess files

      HTTP/2 with httpd
      HTTP/2 is the evolution of the world's most successful application layer protocol, HTTP. 
        It focuses on making more efficient use of network resources without changing the semantics of HTTP.
        This guide explains how HTTP/2 is implemented in httpd, showing basic configurations tips and 
        best practices.

        See: HTTP/2 guide

      Introduction to Server Side Includes
        SSI (Server Side Includes) are directives that are placed in
        HTML pages, and evaluated on the server while the pages are
        being served. They let you add dynamically generated content to
        an existing HTML page, without having to serve the entire page
        via a CGI program, or other dynamic technology.

        See: Server Side Includes (SSI)

      Per-user web directories
        On systems with multiple users, each user can be permitted to have a
        web site in their home directory using the UserDir directive. Visitors
        to a URL will get content
        out of the home directory of the user "username", out of
        the subdirectory specified by the UserDir directive.

        See: User web directories (public_html)

      Reverse Proxy guide
        Apache httpd has extensive capabilities as a reverse proxy server using the
        ProxyPass directive as well as
        BalancerMember to create sophisticated
        reverse proxying implementations which provide for high-availability, load
        balancing and failover, cloud-based clustering and dynamic on-the-fly reconfiguration.

        See: Reverse proxy guide

      Rewriting URLs with mod_rewrite
        Rewriting URLs with (and without)
        mod_rewrite tends to be one of the most
        frequently asked topics on our mailing lists and IRC channels.
        We have devoted and entire section of our
        documentation to howtos and recipes around this topic.


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