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mod_rewrite for specific url

Discussion in 'Apache' started by juancito, Apr 19, 2004.

  1. #1
    hi guys... nice forum going on here :)
    ok.. I've searched every topic about this almost close to what I need but I can't find the solution..
    what I want to do is redirect an url to another one..

    for example:

    hxxp://www.mysite.com/in8/index.php?cat=1&start=10&t=sub_pages&link_order_c=link_name&link_sort_c=asc

    to

    hxxp://www.mysite.com/index.php?module=PostWrap&page=action

    If I could just specify which url redirect to where.. would be fantastic...

    can this be done?

    I don't need a wildcard directive for this... as it is not this only url.. it can be
    hxxp://www.mysite.com/in8/index.php?cat=2&start=10&t=sub_pages&link_order_c=link_name&link_sort_c=asc
    (note cat=2 instead of cat=1)
    SEMrush
    to redirect to

    hxxp://www.mysite.com/index.php?module=PostWrap&page=action2

    thank you!
     
    juancito, Apr 19, 2004 IP
    SEMrush
  2. hexed

    hexed Peon

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    If you use mod_rewrite, you will still need the values in your URL. Take this for example:

    http://www.domain.com/main.php?item=1&item2=cows

    can be reformed as:

    http://www.domain.com/1/cows/main.html

    Notice the /1/ and /cows/. You need the values somewhere in your URL in order to parse them.

    I'm a guru with mod_rewrite, send me a line at

    ryan /at/ edsolutions.ca

    replace the /at/ with @. Did this so I don't get picked up by email harvesters.
     
    hexed, Apr 19, 2004 IP
  3. juancito

    juancito Well-Known Member

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    hi Hexed.. can you help me out with the .htaccess file? I'm clueless on this matter :(
     
    juancito, Apr 19, 2004 IP