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How to enable mod_rewrite on Apache?

The question is – how do I check if mod_rewrite is enabled? If it is disabled, how to I enable it on Apache on CentOS?
To enable mod_rewrite, you need to make sure that you have it as a module, and to make sure that Apache has loaded the module. And then you need to ensure that Apache is configured to make use of the .htaccess file for each directory.
Follow this article and you should be able to enable mod_rewrite.

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