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After spent many hours in the last days trying to manage HTTP headers to work on my website, I have decided to create this topic for help.
As far as i know in my experience, the default location of .htaccess is the root directory of WordPress. After reading the bitnami documentation, i understand that using Bitnami’s environment, the process is a little different.
The root folder of WordPress in my server is “/opt/bitnami/wordpress” and the .htaccess file that was suposed to be there, now is called “wordpress-htaccess.conf” and is located in that path “/opt/bitnami/apache/conf/vhosts/htaccess”.
Many times i’ve tried to add the HTTP headers editing the file wordpress-htaccess.conf, using the following syntax:
Content that was suposed to be in the .htaccess file in wordpress root folder
… and them restarted Apache.
But i’m having no success at all, the plugins that need the headers is displaying messages that the headers isn’t present at .htaccess file.
Also have checked using HTTP headers verifying tools and the headers are not present.