391 votesopen discussion · 58 comments · Feature Suggestions » Security · Flag idea as inappropriate… · Admin →
Thank you for your input! We will consider these nginx configuration suggestions in upcoming releases if it will be popular.
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Thank you for your input. We will review this nginx module to see if we should support it out of the box
This isn’t particularly easy as there are so many factors (as Marvin has correctly stated in the comments), but we’ll see what we can do to at least make things easier for you.
Please continue providing your feedback and voting as it’s important for us to understand the popularity of the request. Thanks!
—AKMarvin Zurborg commented
I dont think this can be done out of the box, as the content of the wordpress codex suggests. There are simly too many factors which can completely mess up nginx configuration (for example a caching plugin). I believe it is impossible for Parallels team to give us a backed module for configuring nginx to work with wp_permalinks with all this complexity.
You should try to learn nginx syntax or get a web profressional to aid you in your configuration / set up a perfect configuration for your wordpress installation.
But then again, this config will probably with some plugin updates.
64 votesopen discussion · 4 comments · Feature Suggestions » Web / HTTP functions · Flag idea as inappropriate… · Admin →Marvin Zurborg commented
I created a request for real mod_security support in Plesks nginx, but this is actually far better. Please work on this Plesk team!
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