server-configs-apache - Apache HTTP server boilerplate configs

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Apache Server Configs is a collection of boilerplate configurations that can help your server improve the web site's performance and security, while also ensuring that resources are served with the correct content-type and are accessible, if needed, even cross-domain. Inside the dist/ folder, you'll find a ready-to-use .htaccess file.

https://github.com/h5bp/server-configs-apache

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