This article describes how to use cPanel to configure custom Apache handlers for your web site. Apache handlers are used to specify how certain file types are processed by the server.
Apache is an open-source web server that is used to serve your web site's content. Apache handlers specify how certain types of files are processed by the web server. For example, by default Apache is configured to process files that have .pl extensions as Perl files. If you also wanted to process files that have .script extensions as Perl files, you could set up a custom Apache handler for your site.
To add a custom Apache handler, follow these steps:
Under Create an Apache Handler, in the Handler text box, type the name of the handler.
In the Extension(s) text box, type the file extension or extensions that you want the handler to process.
You can delete custom Apache handlers at any time. However, you cannot delete system-wide Apache handlers.
To delete a custom Apache handler, follow these steps:
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