Have you seen Jeff Starr‘s latest and greatest book? You know, that guy who co-authored the amazing Digging into WordPress book with Chris Coyier?
Well I’m not sure about you but I’ve bookmarked Jeff’s blog, Perishable Press, years ago and it’s provided incredible strategies, snippets of code, and yes, .htaccess scripts that have more than saved me a couple times.
So when I heard that he was rocking a book covering that topic specifically I knew I had to get it.
The .htaccess made easy book is on sale right now and is a “practical guide for admins, designers, & developers” who can learn how to use Apache’s .htaccess files to improve usability, security, performance, and even SEO of your site.
But you don’t just get a book – you also lifetime access to the community forums as well:
Although the books been out for about six months the testimonials are incredibly strong. He’s got a spring sale going on right now which will save you $5 – so if you’re thinking about getting it now’s probably the time.
It’s one of those books where the first time you use it may be worth the $20 bucks that you spend. Except you’ll have it for the rest of your life.
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