[TYPO3] How to stop FE access

Christian Vetter Christian.Vetter at dragoner-design.de
Sat Apr 1 08:06:59 CEST 2006

Hi Stan,
First of all, by renaming you don't really take access away - but then  
again, I guess you know that anyway. My guess is you haven't messed with  
the .htaccess yet - because I think, there's your solution (after all  
you'll need it for realurl anyway). That's what you need in the .htaccess  
on your site root in any case:
RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} !-f
RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} !-d
RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} !-l

RewriteRule .* index.php [L]
Thereby every request that is not pointed to a file or directory that  
really exists (beware of dead links in your old site) will be 'answered'  
by typo3 (index.php). Now you only need to change index.php to whatever  
name you've given to the typo3 base file.

Best regards,

Am 31.03.2006, 22:26 Uhr, schrieb Stan Orianni <soriani at gmail.com>:

> Hello list,
> Need some help fellow guys and gals.
> I'm finishing my first typo3 site.  Actually I'm converting my old html  
> site
> and have installed typo3 on the site's root while the old one is still  
> running.
>  While developing I have renamed index.php so that nobody have access to
> the FE.
> Now, in order to see how is everything going on with RealUrl and stuff I
> need access to the FE precluding access to the rest of the world.  Is it
> possible to do that within Typo3?  At Google I couldn´t find a response  
> on
> that matter.
> Thanks in advance.
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