Workaround for CloudAccess and other hosts with broken Apache installations that don't understand the If directive. We were surprised to find out that there are Apache 2.4 installations out there which somehow managed to remove one of the core Apache features — the If directive. This would cause the site to become broken and not load on these hosts. We have applied a workaround, using older, less efficient Apache syntax which seems to address the problem with these hosts.
Only show warning to regenerate the server configuration file if it was generated by Admin Tools to begin with. In the past, you'd get a warning that the .htaccess content has changed even if you had never used the .htaccess Maker before. This was misleading for the (admittedly very few) cases of users who did not want their .htaccess file to be managed by Admin Tools. We have now changed the trigger conditions of this warning, making sure to check that the .htaccess file on disk has been created by Admin Tools.
Bug fixes and miscellaneous changes. Please read the CHANGELOG below.