Getting apache mod_status and mod_info to play nicely with wordpress…..

Apache, wordpress
After reading many (too many) posts about this subject that did not work, I finally found a way to get this working. If you have a wordpress site setup you will, at some point during the installation, be told to copy a bunch of "redirect" code to your .htaccess file in your wordpress installation folder. These apache redirects take care of making pretty URL's and permalinks amongst other things. The problem is that these .htaccess rules in wordpress take over server-info and server-status urls activated in apache‚Äôs config and return a page not found error. I came across numerous sites that suggested adding a rule like: RewriteCond %{REQUEST_URI} !=/server-status This didn't work for me. I'm not sure if the multisite version of wordpress (which I'm using) is causing this. The…
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