In the previous section, we’ve discussed earlier about Magento Apache 2.4 rewrites and also configured the
.htaccess file. So in this article, we’ll learn to enable the Magento Apache 2.2 rewrites. And so will declare a setting for
.htaccess the distributed CONFIG file.
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As similar to Magento Apache 2.4, 2.2 also uses an .htaccess file and server rewrites. Precisely to give Directory level instructions to Apache 2.2.
Here Note: On the storefront we’ll see no styles displaying if fail to enable these settings.
Magento Apache 2.2 rewrites & .htaccess file config:
Simply follow the path to open the mentioned file to configure. Here below are the different paths to follow for both Ubuntu & CentOS:
Ubuntu: vim /etc/apache2/sites-available/default
CentOS: vim /etc/httpd/conf/httpd.conf
Now let’s navigate and find the tier that begins with the following:
Ubuntu 12: <Directory /var/www/>
Ubuntu 14 or CentOS: <Directory /var/www/html>
Next edit the value of AllowOverride into <value from Apache site>. Here following is an example for Ubuntu 12 users.
Options Indexes FollowSymLinks MultiViews
AllowOverride <value from Apache site>
Allow from all
In each case the past values for order may not work. And again follow the Apache documentation for further details.
Finally exit the text editor by saving the file.
Incase using Ubuntu, to use the mod_rewrite module we need to configure Apache. Here use the following commands to configure Apache:
ln -s ../mods-available/rewrite.load
Last but not least, restart Apache if you made any changes to it. Simply use the following command to restart Apache.
service apache2 restart
Again Note: On the storefront we’ll see no styles displaying if fail to enable these settings.