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We've gathered cheat sheets for fast reference to Apache-related information. You'll find information about server includes, commands, tips and tricks and more. Do you have a favorite Apache cheat sheet? Let us know!

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  • Apache Cheat Sheet -- This fast reference lists commands for common tasks.

  • Htaccess Cheat Sheet -- This guide covers changing default pages, enabling and disabling error messages, blocking users and more.

  • Mod-rewrite Guide -- This cheat sheet lists rewrite flags, regular expression syntax and sample rules.

  • Apache Quick Reference -- This guide by Andrew Ford summarizes information in the Apache documentation.
  • Apache Camel -- Claus Ibsen created this cheat sheet for enterprise integration patterns with Apache Camel.
  • Apache Request Methods -- This resource lists 27 request methods for Apache rewritecond htaccess.
  • Apache Reference -- This resource lists common commands.
  • Apache Click -- This resource covers page processing, template model includes, velocity directives, core controls, extra controls and more.
  • Apache Qpid -- This resource covers configuring queue options.
  • Apache and IIS PHP $_SERVER Superglobal Comparision -- Justin Koivisto created this resource listiing common commands.
  • Apache Mod_Rewrite -- Justin Shattuck created this cheat sheet for the most frequently used items to build a mod_rewrite pattern.
  • Htaccess Files Tips and Tricks -- Garnet Chaney assembled these tips and tricks for placing .HTACCESS files in various Web server directories to provide specific handling of various Apache options.
  • Apache Server Side Includes -- This quick reference guide from Explain That! lists server side includes.
  • Apache Commands -- Lagmonster provides this handy reference to common Apache commands.
  • PHP/MySQL/Apache 2.x Install Cheatsheet -- Also from Lagmonster, this guide explains installing PHP / MySql / Mod_SSL / Apache 2.x on BSD.
  • PHP/MySQL/Apache 1.3 Install Cheatsheet -- Lagmonster also provides this version of the above for Apache 1.3.
  • Mod_Rewrite Cheat Sheet (V2) -- Added Bytes offers this cheat sheet for Mod_Rewrite V2.

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