301-redirect

Ja, http://blog.mybrain.nl/ is verhuisd naar https://markohoven.com/
Hoe doe je dit nu op een correcte manier?
Binnen IIS kan dit met web.config

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<configuration>
 <system.webServer>
  <httpRedirect enabled="true" destination="https://markohoven.com" httpResponseStatus="Permanent" />
  <defaultDocument enabled="true">
   <files>
    <clear />
     <add value="index.php" />
     <add value="index.htm" />
     <add value="index.html" />
     <add value="default.asp" />
     <add value="default.aspx" />
     <add value="default.htm" />
     <add value="default.html" />
    </files>
   </defaultDocument>
   <httpErrors errorMode="Custom">
    <remove statusCode="404" subStatusCode="-1" />
    <error statusCode="404" prefixLanguageFilePath="" path="/index.php" responseMode="ExecuteURL" />
   </httpErrors>
  </system.webServer>
</configuration>

Een andere mogelijkheid is in code… Continue reading 301-redirect

419 HTTP status code

… does not exist
https://nl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lijst_van_HTTP-statuscodes

However it did take some of my time to figure this one out as the response code was really in my webserver logfiles and as usual… I was not the first to run into this problem, see: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/46266553/why-laravel-api-return-419-status-code-on-post-and-put-method

You get a 419 status code, if an (external) script tries to post to your Laravel application, without the o-so-needed CSRF token.

First option is to change in App\Http\Middleware\VerifyCsrfToken:
protected $except = [ ‘/*’, ];
(or maybe something more specific and a little more safe, like ‘/myapiurl/*’,)

Second option is to put the route in api.php instead of web.php, but that implies prefixing all your routes with /api/

… your choice!

Google uw website

Complete 120 punten waarop Google uw website beoordeelt in 2017

bron: https://webstick.nl/seo-blog18-120-punten-waarop-google-sites-beoordeelt

Dit artikel is dus een voorbeeld van “hoe moet het niet” … een rechtstreekse knip-plak actie van een andere website. Gewoon gedaan voor mijn eigen archief, voor het geval de orginele tekst weer eens wordt verwijderd. Continue reading Google uw website

web.config rules for everything

new knowledge, original post can be found here.

10 URL Rewriting Tips and Tricks

This post describes some of the tips and tricks that one may find useful when solving URL-based problems for their web server or web site. Each tip/trick has a description of a problem and then an example of how it can be solved with IIS 7 URL Rewrite Module.

  1. Add or Remove Trailing Slash
  2. Enforce Lower Case URLs
  3. Canonical Hostnames
  4. Redirect to HTTPS
  5. Return HTTP 503 Status Code in Response
  6. Prevent Image Hotlinking
  7. Reverse Proxy to Another Site/Server
  8. Preserve Protocol Prefix in Reverse Proxy
  9. Rewrite/Redirect Based on Query String Parameter
  10. Avoid Rewriting of Requests for ASP.NET Web Resources

Continue reading web.config rules for everything

Does blogging really matter?

In a word: yes. Blogging can significantly impact your business’s bottom line. Perhaps you’re a dedicated blogger and already know how much it has worked to increase traffic, qualified leads and boost sales.
Or it’s possible that you’re like a good many business owners who had good intentions of keeping your blog current, posted initially when your site (re)launched and then quickly forgot that you even have a blog. If you’re part of the latter group (or just curious), this post is for you. Continue reading Does blogging really matter?

Domain Names = Real Estate

weakest-linkLike your office or your house; Your domain name is the address where people can find you. Like real estate, not all addresses are available, and some addresses are more expensive than others.

It used to be easy: You registered a .com for international business, .org for organisations, or .nl if you only operate in the Netherlands, plus Continue reading Domain Names = Real Estate