Some sites and folders in the K-State CMS contain a file named .htaccess. This file enables web publishers to:
Be very careful when editing the .htaccess file. The format of the file is specific, and an error may render the directory unreachable through a web browser. If this happens, reverting or erasing the file may be the quickest way to recover.
The .htaccess file is a standard feature of the Apache web server. Not all directives are enabled on the K-State web publishing system.