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From Joshua Slive <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] HTACCESS FIle - Solved.
Date Thu, 12 Feb 2004 22:50:07 GMT
On Thu, 12 Feb 2004, Henry wrote:

> > See the documentation for the <Limit> directive to find out why you really
> > don't want to be using it.
> Ok, I looked at the documentation (see below). I see how LIMIT can allow
> DELETE and all the other methods.. but since I don't know/do Apache
> black magic, can you suggest how one can get around using "<LIMIT Get>"
> for basic authentication?
> Also how can one get around using "<Limit GET POST>/order
> allow,deny/allow from all/deny from x.x.x.x</limit>" to do IP address
> blocking?

It's easy: Do exactly what you are doing now, but delete the <Limit ...>
and </Limit> lines.  In other words, place the require/allow/deny
statements directly in the .htaccess file or directly in the <Directory>
section in httpd.conf without a <Limit> block around them.


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