One of our local beachcafes needs a new website. I thought it would be nice to use the Background Manager plugin to show the place. The plugin needs php 5.3.
My host, Versio, only let’s me use php 5.3 if I put this code in the .htaccess:
<FilesMatch "\.php$"> AddHandler x-httpd-php53 .php </FilesMatch>
My favorite SEO plugin is Yoast WordPress SEO. Today I updated to 1.2.4. To the people who are not familiair with the plugin: get to know it and you’ll be friends forever.
One problem. The plugin rewrites the .htaccess, the moment one activates the XML-sitemaps. At the same time it deactivates the Background Manager plugin.
What can I do? I am a bit nervous to chmod the .htaccess to 664, but maybe that is the solution.
Your answers are appreciated.
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