I have placed a new .htaccess file in my htdocs directory. I’m primarily interested in setting “Cache-Control: no-cache”. However, it is now clear to me that this is not working. I have gone so far as to inject lines into .htaccess to purposely break it in order to see if it is being read or not. It is very clear that .htaccess is not being read.
What else do I need to do to force this file to be read? I serve of the web claims that .htaccess not being read is usually due to the AllowOverride setting in your site configuration. (.htaccess not being read - Stack Overflow) However, I do not see any place where I can alter this setting. Does anyone know where I need to go in order to do so? Thank you.
Thanks Greenreader9 … oddly, I was originally going to go that route. However, most of what I read on the web told me to use .htaccess instead. Do you (or anyone else reading this) know how well the meta tags work? I guess I’ll have to try them and find out!