Every hosting server supports certain file types that can be uploaded to it. When you get the ‘Sorry, This File Type Is Not Permitted For Security Reasons’ error; it means you’re trying to upload an unsupported file type.
Many people avoid logging into the cPanel account of their hosting plan and directly use FTP to upload or download a few files. When there are so many FTP connections from a single IP address, FileZilla starts showing the ‘420 too many connections’ error. In this tutorial, you will learn about solutions for fixing such an error and use FileZilla without any issues. There are two different methods you can use to fix the 420 too many connections error.
Maven, by Apache, is a tool used for project management and comprehension, mostly Java-based projects. It is based on POM (Project Object Model). Maven can simplify the build process of your project. It might seem like Apache ANT but is a lot more advanced than ANT as conventions are used for the build procedures in Maven, so the only thing that needs to be written down now are exceptions. There are XML files in Maven which describe the project dependencies, the built order, required plug-ins, directories and so on. This XML file is also called ‘pom.xml’.
Many countries seem suspicious to many people, and most people don’t want visitors from those sites. So, they decide to block visitors from specific countries using .htaccess.
Most of the times when you migrate a site from one hosting company to another and start making any changes like installing a plugin or something similar, you might get an error “Is Its Parent Directory Writable By The Server”. This error usually prevents you from uploading anything on your site.