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What is the meaning of NC in htaccess?

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What is the meaning of NC in htaccess?
posted Aug 25, 2015 by anonymous

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nocase|NC' (no case):

This makes the Pattern case-insensitive, ignoring difference between 'A-Z' and 'a-z' when Pattern is matched against the current URL.

answer Feb 10, 2016 by Manikandan J
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I really don't understand some things about htaccess. Reading, the advice is: never permit htaccess to users. So, can I enable htaccess but only for personalize something like this?

ErrorDocument 400 /errors/badrequest.html
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and obviously deny all other directives? so an user with own htaccess file, can only personalize that directives.