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From Tony Collen <>
Subject Re: [TIPS] Basic configurations of Apache 2.0 for Cocoon 2
Date Tue, 18 Mar 2003 20:14:22 GMT
Reading this great article [1] (Thanks Pier!), I realized that the
mod_rewrite stuff could possibly be worked around using virtualhosts.  I'm
not too familliar with Apache HTTPD 2, but I assume setting up vhosts is
not much different.  Would it not make sense to create a
host (if you have the access and resources), and serve up all of your
images and resources out of there?

This would allow you to totally ignore the mod_rewrite nastiness.  The
only problem I could see is having to directly reference static resources
with the full domain, for example:

<img src=""/>

Then again, it's not all that much different than

<img src="/static/foo.png"/>

Since they are both absolute paths. Any thoughts on best practices?



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