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From sl...@apache.org
Subject svn commit: r561918 - in /httpd/httpd/trunk/docs/manual/mod: mod_rewrite.html.en mod_rewrite.xml
Date Wed, 01 Aug 2007 19:04:23 GMT
Author: slive
Date: Wed Aug  1 12:04:21 2007
New Revision: 561918

URL: http://svn.apache.org/viewvc?view=rev&rev=561918
Log:
Change the flag list to a <dl> instead of <ul>. Seems much more readable to me.

Modified:
    httpd/httpd/trunk/docs/manual/mod/mod_rewrite.html.en
    httpd/httpd/trunk/docs/manual/mod/mod_rewrite.xml

Modified: httpd/httpd/trunk/docs/manual/mod/mod_rewrite.html.en
URL: http://svn.apache.org/viewvc/httpd/httpd/trunk/docs/manual/mod/mod_rewrite.html.en?view=diff&rev=561918&r1=561917&r2=561918
==============================================================================
--- httpd/httpd/trunk/docs/manual/mod/mod_rewrite.html.en (original)
+++ httpd/httpd/trunk/docs/manual/mod/mod_rewrite.html.en Wed Aug  1 12:04:21 2007
@@ -1251,9 +1251,9 @@
       directive. <em>Flags</em> is a comma-separated list, surround by square

       brackets, of any of the following flags: </p>
 
-      <ul>
-        <li>'<strong><code>chain|C</code></strong>'
-        (<strong>c</strong>hained with next rule)<br />
+      <dl>
+        <dt>'<code>chain|C</code>'
+        (chained with next rule)</dt><dd>
          This flag chains the current rule with the next rule
         (which itself can be chained with the following rule,
         and so on). This has the following effect: if a rule
@@ -1263,21 +1263,21 @@
         rules are skipped. For instance, it can be used to remove the
         ``<code>.www</code>'' part, inside a per-directory rule set,
         when you let an external redirect happen (where the
-        ``<code>.www</code>'' part should not occur!).</li>
+        ``<code>.www</code>'' part should not occur!).</dd>
 
-        <li>
-		'<strong><code>cookie|CO=</code></strong><em>NAME</em>:<em>VAL</em>:<em>domain</em>[:<em>lifetime</em>[:<em>path</em>]]'
-        (set <strong>co</strong>okie)<br />
+        <dt>
+		'<code>cookie|CO=</code><em>NAME</em>:<em>VAL</em>:<em>domain</em>[:<em>lifetime</em>[:<em>path</em>]]'
+        (set cookie)</dt><dd>
         This sets a cookie in the client's browser.  The cookie's name
         is specified by <em>NAME</em> and the value is
         <em>VAL</em>. The <em>domain</em> field is the domain of
the
         cookie, such as '.apache.org', the optional <em>lifetime</em>
 	is the lifetime of the cookie in minutes, and the optional 
-	<em>path</em> is the path of the cookie</li>
+	<em>path</em> is the path of the cookie</dd>
 
-        <li>
-        '<strong><code>env|E=</code></strong><em>VAR</em>:<em>VAL</em>'
-        (set <strong>e</strong>nvironment variable)<br />
+        <dt>
+        '<code>env|E=</code><em>VAR</em>:<em>VAL</em>'
+        (set environment variable)</dt><dd>
         This forces an environment variable named <em>VAR</em> to
         be set to the value <em>VAL</em>, where <em>VAL</em> can
         contain regexp backreferences (<code>$N</code> and
@@ -1288,35 +1288,35 @@
         var="VAR"--&gt;</code>) or CGI (<code>$ENV{'VAR'}</code>).

 	You can also dereference the variable in a later RewriteCond pattern, using
         <code>%{ENV:VAR}</code>. Use this to strip 
-        information from URLs, while maintaining a record of that information.</li>
+        information from URLs, while maintaining a record of that information.</dd>
 
-        <li>'<strong><code>forbidden|F</code></strong>' (force
URL
-        to be <strong>f</strong>orbidden)<br />
+        <dt>'<code>forbidden|F</code>' (force URL
+        to be forbidden)</dt><dd>
         This forces the current URL to be forbidden - it immediately 
 	sends back a HTTP response of 403 (FORBIDDEN). 
 	Use this flag in conjunction with
         appropriate RewriteConds to conditionally block some
-        URLs.</li>
+        URLs.</dd>
 
-        <li>'<strong><code>gone|G</code></strong>' (force URL
to be
-        <strong>g</strong>one)<br />
+        <dt>'<code>gone|G</code>' (force URL to be
+        gone)</dt><dd>
         This forces the current URL to be gone - it
         immediately sends back a HTTP response of 410 (GONE). Use
-        this flag to mark pages which no longer exist as gone.</li>
+        this flag to mark pages which no longer exist as gone.</dd>
 
-        <li>
-        '<strong><code>handler|H</code></strong>=<em>Content-handler</em>'
-        (force Content <strong>h</strong>andler)<br />
+        <dt>
+        '<code>handler|H</code>=<em>Content-handler</em>'
+        (force Content handler)</dt><dd>
          Force the Content-handler of the target file to be
         <em>Content-handler</em>. For instance, this can be used to
         simulate the <code class="module"><a href="../mod/mod_alias.html">mod_alias</a></code>
directive
 	<code class="directive"><a href="../mod/mod_alias.html#scriptalias">ScriptAlias</a></code>,

 	which internally forces all files
         inside the mapped directory to have a handler of
-        ``<code>cgi-script</code>''.</li>
+        ``<code>cgi-script</code>''.</dd>
 
-        <li>'<strong><code>last|L</code></strong>'
-        (<strong>l</strong>ast rule)<br /> Stop the rewriting process
+        <dt>'<code>last|L</code>'
+        (last rule)</dt><dd> Stop the rewriting process
         here and don't apply any more rewrite rules. This corresponds
         to the Perl <code>last</code> command or the
         <code>break</code> command in C. Use this flag to prevent the
@@ -1326,31 +1326,31 @@
         redirect (which frequently occurs when rewriting in a
         per-directory context), this will reinject the request and
         will cause processing to be repeated starting from the first
-        <code class="directive">RewriteRule</code>.</li>
+        <code class="directive">RewriteRule</code>.</dd>
 
-        <li>'<strong><code>next|N</code></strong>'
-        (<strong>n</strong>ext round)<br />
+        <dt>'<code>next|N</code>'
+        (next round)</dt><dd>
         Re-run the rewriting process (starting again with the
         first rewriting rule). This time, the URL to match is no longer
         the original URL, but rather the URL returned by the last rewriting rule.
         This corresponds to the Perl <code>next</code> command or
         the <code>continue</code> command in C. Use
         this flag to restart the rewriting process -
-        to immediately go to the top of the loop.<br />
+        to immediately go to the top of the loop.
          <strong>Be careful not to create an infinite
-        loop!</strong></li>
+        loop!</strong></dd>
 
-        <li>'<strong><code>nocase|NC</code></strong>'
-        (<strong>n</strong>o <strong>c</strong>ase)<br />
+        <dt>'<code>nocase|NC</code>'
+        (no case)</dt><dd>
         This makes the <em>Pattern</em> case-insensitive,
         ignoring difference between 'A-Z' and
         'a-z' when <em>Pattern</em> is matched against the current
-        URL.</li>
+        URL.</dd>
 
-        <li>
-          '<strong><code>noescape|NE</code></strong>'
-          (<strong>n</strong>o URI <strong>e</strong>scaping of
-          output)<br />
+        <dt>
+          '<code>noescape|NE</code>'
+          (no URI escaping of
+          output)</dt><dd>
           This flag prevents mod_rewrite from applying the usual URI
           escaping rules to the result of a rewrite. Ordinarily,
           special characters (such as '%', '$', ';', and so on)
@@ -1363,13 +1363,13 @@
 </code></p></div>
           which would turn '<code>/foo/zed</code>' into a safe
           request for '<code>/bar?arg=P1=zed</code>'. 
-        </li>
+        </dd>
 
-        <li>
-          '<strong><code>nosubreq|NS</code></strong>'
-          (<strong>n</strong>ot for internal
-          <strong>s</strong>ub-requests)<br />
-          This flag forces the rewriting engine to skip a
+        <dt>
+          '<code>nosubreq|NS</code>'
+          (not for internal
+          sub-requests)</dt><dd>
+          <p>This flag forces the rewriting engine to skip a
           rewriting rule if the current request is an internal
           sub-request. For instance, sub-requests occur internally
           in Apache when <code class="module"><a href="../mod/mod_include.html">mod_include</a></code>
tries to find out
@@ -1377,17 +1377,17 @@
           (<code>index.xxx</code> files). On sub-requests it is not
           always useful, and can even cause errors, if
           the complete set of rules are applied. Use this flag to
-          exclude some rules.<br />
-          To decide whether or not to use this rule: if you
+          exclude some rules.</p>
+          <p>To decide whether or not to use this rule: if you
           prefix URLs with CGI-scripts, to force them to be
 	  processed by the CGI-script, it's likely that you 
           will run into problems (or significant overhead) on
-          sub-requests. In these cases, use this flag.
-        </li>
+          sub-requests. In these cases, use this flag.</p>
+        </dd>
 
-        <li>
-          '<strong><code>proxy|P</code></strong>' (force
-          <strong>p</strong>roxy)<br />
+        <dt>
+          '<code>proxy|P</code>' (force
+          proxy)</dt><dd>
           This flag forces the substitution part to be internally
 	  sent as a proxy request and immediately (rewrite 
 	  processing stops here) put through the <a href="mod_proxy.html">proxy module</a>.
You must make
@@ -1402,12 +1402,12 @@
 
           <p>Note: <code class="module"><a href="../mod/mod_proxy.html">mod_proxy</a></code>
must be enabled in order
           to use this flag.</p>
-        </li>
+        </dd>
 
-        <li>
-          '<strong><code>passthrough|PT</code></strong>'
-          (<strong>p</strong>ass <strong>t</strong>hrough to next
-          handler)<br />
+        <dt>
+          '<code>passthrough|PT</code>'
+          (pass through to next
+          handler)</dt><dd>
            This flag forces the rewrite engine to set the
           <code>uri</code> field of the internal
           <code>request_rec</code> structure to the value of the
@@ -1442,59 +1442,58 @@
           <p>The <code>PT</code> flag implies the <code>L</code>
flag:
           rewriting will be stopped in order to pass the request to
           the next phase of processing.</p>
-        </li>
+        </dd>
 
-        <li>'<strong><code>qsappend|QSA</code></strong>'
-        (<strong>q</strong>uery <strong>s</strong>tring
-        <strong>a</strong>ppend)<br />
+        <dt>'<code>qsappend|QSA</code>'
+        (query string
+        append)</dt><dd>
         This flag forces the rewrite engine to append a query
         string part of the substitution string to the existing string,
         instead of replacing it. Use this when you want to add more
-        data to the query string via a rewrite rule.</li>
+        data to the query string via a rewrite rule.</dd>
 
-         <li>'<strong><code>redirect|R</code>
-          [=<em>code</em>]</strong>' (force <a id="redirect" name="redirect"><strong>r</strong>edirect</a>)<br
/>
-          <p>Prefix <em>Substitution</em> with
+        <dt>'<code>redirect|R</code>
+          [=<em>code</em>]' (force <a id="redirect" name="redirect">redirect</a>)</dt><dd>
+        <p>Prefix <em>Substitution</em> with
           <code>http://thishost[:thisport]/</code> (which makes the
           new URL a URI) to force a external redirection. If no
           <em>code</em> is given, a HTTP response of 302 (MOVED
-          TEMPORARILY) will be returned. If you want to use other response
-          codes, simply specify the appropriate number
-          or use one of the following symbolic names:
-          <code>temp</code> (default), <code>permanent</code>,
-          <code>seeother</code>. Use this for rules to
-          canonicalize the URL and return it to the client - to 
-	  translate ``<code>/~</code>'' into
-          ``<code>/u/</code>'', or to always append a slash to
-          <code>/u/</code><em>user</em>, etc.<br />
-          <strong>Note:</strong> When you use this flag, make
-          sure that the substitution field is a valid URL! Otherwise,
-          you will be redirecting to an invalid location. Remember
-          that this flag on its own will only prepend
-          <code>http://thishost[:thisport]/</code> to the URL, and rewriting
-	  will continue. Usually, you will want to stop rewriting at this point,
-	  and redirect immediately. To stop rewriting, you should add 
-	  the 'L' flag.</p>
+          TEMPORARILY) will be returned. If you want to use other
+          response codes, simply specify the appropriate number or use
+          one of the following symbolic names: <code>temp</code>
+          (default), <code>permanent</code>,
+          <code>seeother</code>. Use this for rules to canonicalize
+          the URL and return it to the client - to translate
+          ``<code>/~</code>'' into ``<code>/u/</code>'', or to always
+          append a slash to <code>/u/</code><em>user</em>, etc.<br
/>
+          <strong>Note:</strong> When you use this flag, make sure
+          that the substitution field is a valid URL! Otherwise, you
+          will be redirecting to an invalid location. Remember that
+          this flag on its own will only prepend
+          <code>http://thishost[:thisport]/</code> to the URL, and
+          rewriting will continue. Usually, you will want to stop
+          rewriting at this point, and redirect immediately. To stop
+          rewriting, you should add the 'L' flag.</p>
           <p>While this is typically used for redirects, any valid status
           code can be given here. If the status code is outside the redirect
           range (300-399), then the <em>Substitution</em> string is dropped
           and rewriting is stopped as if the <code>L</code> flag was
           used.</p>
-        </li>
+        </dd>
 
-        <li>'<strong><code>skip|S</code></strong>=<em>num</em>'
-        (<strong>s</strong>kip next rule(s))<br />
+        <dt>'<code>skip|S</code>=<em>num</em>'
+        (skip next rule(s))</dt><dd>
         This flag forces the rewriting engine to skip the next
         <em>num</em> rules in sequence, if the current rule
         matches. Use this to make pseudo if-then-else constructs:
         The last rule of the then-clause becomes
         <code>skip=N</code>, where N is the number of rules in the
         else-clause. (This is <strong>not</strong> the same as the
-        'chain|C' flag!)</li>
+        'chain|C' flag!)</dd>
 
-        <li>
-        '<strong><code>type|T</code></strong>=<em>MIME-type</em>'
-        (force MIME <strong>t</strong>ype)<br />
+        <dt>
+        '<code>type|T</code>=<em>MIME-type</em>'
+        (force MIME type)</dt><dd>
          Force the <a class="glossarylink" href="../glossary.html#mime-type" title="see
glossary">MIME-type</a> of the target file to be
         <em>MIME-type</em>. This can be used to
         set up the content-type based on some conditions.
@@ -1504,8 +1503,8 @@
         <div class="example"><p><code>
             RewriteRule ^(.+\.php)s$ $1 [T=application/x-httpd-php-source]
         </code></p></div>
-        </li>
-      </ul>
+        </dd>
+      </dl>
 
 <div class="note"><h3>Per-directory Rewrites</h3>
  

Modified: httpd/httpd/trunk/docs/manual/mod/mod_rewrite.xml
URL: http://svn.apache.org/viewvc/httpd/httpd/trunk/docs/manual/mod/mod_rewrite.xml?view=diff&rev=561918&r1=561917&r2=561918
==============================================================================
--- httpd/httpd/trunk/docs/manual/mod/mod_rewrite.xml (original)
+++ httpd/httpd/trunk/docs/manual/mod/mod_rewrite.xml Wed Aug  1 12:04:21 2007
@@ -1268,9 +1268,9 @@
       directive. <em>Flags</em> is a comma-separated list, surround by square

       brackets, of any of the following flags: </p>
 
-      <ul>
-        <li>'<strong><code>chain|C</code></strong>'
-        (<strong>c</strong>hained with next rule)<br />
+      <dl>
+        <dt>'<code>chain|C</code>'
+        (chained with next rule)</dt><dd>
          This flag chains the current rule with the next rule
         (which itself can be chained with the following rule,
         and so on). This has the following effect: if a rule
@@ -1280,21 +1280,21 @@
         rules are skipped. For instance, it can be used to remove the
         ``<code>.www</code>'' part, inside a per-directory rule set,
         when you let an external redirect happen (where the
-        ``<code>.www</code>'' part should not occur!).</li>
+        ``<code>.www</code>'' part should not occur!).</dd>
 
-        <li>
-		'<strong><code>cookie|CO=</code></strong><em>NAME</em>:<em>VAL</em>:<em>domain</em>[:<em>lifetime</em>[:<em>path</em>]]'
-        (set <strong>co</strong>okie)<br />
+        <dt>
+		'<code>cookie|CO=</code><em>NAME</em>:<em>VAL</em>:<em>domain</em>[:<em>lifetime</em>[:<em>path</em>]]'
+        (set cookie)</dt><dd>
         This sets a cookie in the client's browser.  The cookie's name
         is specified by <em>NAME</em> and the value is
         <em>VAL</em>. The <em>domain</em> field is the domain of
the
         cookie, such as '.apache.org', the optional <em>lifetime</em>
 	is the lifetime of the cookie in minutes, and the optional 
-	<em>path</em> is the path of the cookie</li>
+	<em>path</em> is the path of the cookie</dd>
 
-        <li>
-        '<strong><code>env|E=</code></strong><em>VAR</em>:<em>VAL</em>'
-        (set <strong>e</strong>nvironment variable)<br />
+        <dt>
+        '<code>env|E=</code><em>VAR</em>:<em>VAL</em>'
+        (set environment variable)</dt><dd>
         This forces an environment variable named <em>VAR</em> to
         be set to the value <em>VAL</em>, where <em>VAL</em> can
         contain regexp backreferences (<code>$N</code> and
@@ -1305,35 +1305,35 @@
         var="VAR"--&gt;</code>) or CGI (<code>$ENV{'VAR'}</code>).

 	You can also dereference the variable in a later RewriteCond pattern, using
         <code>%{ENV:VAR}</code>. Use this to strip 
-        information from URLs, while maintaining a record of that information.</li>
+        information from URLs, while maintaining a record of that information.</dd>
 
-        <li>'<strong><code>forbidden|F</code></strong>' (force
URL
-        to be <strong>f</strong>orbidden)<br />
+        <dt>'<code>forbidden|F</code>' (force URL
+        to be forbidden)</dt><dd>
         This forces the current URL to be forbidden - it immediately 
 	sends back a HTTP response of 403 (FORBIDDEN). 
 	Use this flag in conjunction with
         appropriate RewriteConds to conditionally block some
-        URLs.</li>
+        URLs.</dd>
 
-        <li>'<strong><code>gone|G</code></strong>' (force URL
to be
-        <strong>g</strong>one)<br />
+        <dt>'<code>gone|G</code>' (force URL to be
+        gone)</dt><dd>
         This forces the current URL to be gone - it
         immediately sends back a HTTP response of 410 (GONE). Use
-        this flag to mark pages which no longer exist as gone.</li>
+        this flag to mark pages which no longer exist as gone.</dd>
 
-        <li>
-        '<strong><code>handler|H</code></strong>=<em>Content-handler</em>'
-        (force Content <strong>h</strong>andler)<br />
+        <dt>
+        '<code>handler|H</code>=<em>Content-handler</em>'
+        (force Content handler)</dt><dd>
          Force the Content-handler of the target file to be
         <em>Content-handler</em>. For instance, this can be used to
         simulate the <module>mod_alias</module> directive
 	<directive module="mod_alias">ScriptAlias</directive>, 
 	which internally forces all files
         inside the mapped directory to have a handler of
-        ``<code>cgi-script</code>''.</li>
+        ``<code>cgi-script</code>''.</dd>
 
-        <li>'<strong><code>last|L</code></strong>'
-        (<strong>l</strong>ast rule)<br /> Stop the rewriting process
+        <dt>'<code>last|L</code>'
+        (last rule)</dt><dd> Stop the rewriting process
         here and don't apply any more rewrite rules. This corresponds
         to the Perl <code>last</code> command or the
         <code>break</code> command in C. Use this flag to prevent the
@@ -1343,31 +1343,31 @@
         redirect (which frequently occurs when rewriting in a
         per-directory context), this will reinject the request and
         will cause processing to be repeated starting from the first
-        <directive>RewriteRule</directive>.</li>
+        <directive>RewriteRule</directive>.</dd>
 
-        <li>'<strong><code>next|N</code></strong>'
-        (<strong>n</strong>ext round)<br />
+        <dt>'<code>next|N</code>'
+        (next round)</dt><dd>
         Re-run the rewriting process (starting again with the
         first rewriting rule). This time, the URL to match is no longer
         the original URL, but rather the URL returned by the last rewriting rule.
         This corresponds to the Perl <code>next</code> command or
         the <code>continue</code> command in C. Use
         this flag to restart the rewriting process -
-        to immediately go to the top of the loop.<br />
+        to immediately go to the top of the loop.
          <strong>Be careful not to create an infinite
-        loop!</strong></li>
+        loop!</strong></dd>
 
-        <li>'<strong><code>nocase|NC</code></strong>'
-        (<strong>n</strong>o <strong>c</strong>ase)<br />
+        <dt>'<code>nocase|NC</code>'
+        (no case)</dt><dd>
         This makes the <em>Pattern</em> case-insensitive,
         ignoring difference between 'A-Z' and
         'a-z' when <em>Pattern</em> is matched against the current
-        URL.</li>
+        URL.</dd>
 
-        <li>
-          '<strong><code>noescape|NE</code></strong>'
-          (<strong>n</strong>o URI <strong>e</strong>scaping of
-          output)<br />
+        <dt>
+          '<code>noescape|NE</code>'
+          (no URI escaping of
+          output)</dt><dd>
           This flag prevents mod_rewrite from applying the usual URI
           escaping rules to the result of a rewrite. Ordinarily,
           special characters (such as '%', '$', ';', and so on)
@@ -1380,13 +1380,13 @@
 </example>
           which would turn '<code>/foo/zed</code>' into a safe
           request for '<code>/bar?arg=P1=zed</code>'. 
-        </li>
+        </dd>
 
-        <li>
-          '<strong><code>nosubreq|NS</code></strong>'
-          (<strong>n</strong>ot for internal
-          <strong>s</strong>ub-requests)<br />
-          This flag forces the rewriting engine to skip a
+        <dt>
+          '<code>nosubreq|NS</code>'
+          (not for internal
+          sub-requests)</dt><dd>
+          <p>This flag forces the rewriting engine to skip a
           rewriting rule if the current request is an internal
           sub-request. For instance, sub-requests occur internally
           in Apache when <module>mod_include</module> tries to find out
@@ -1394,17 +1394,17 @@
           (<code>index.xxx</code> files). On sub-requests it is not
           always useful, and can even cause errors, if
           the complete set of rules are applied. Use this flag to
-          exclude some rules.<br />
-          To decide whether or not to use this rule: if you
+          exclude some rules.</p>
+          <p>To decide whether or not to use this rule: if you
           prefix URLs with CGI-scripts, to force them to be
 	  processed by the CGI-script, it's likely that you 
           will run into problems (or significant overhead) on
-          sub-requests. In these cases, use this flag.
-        </li>
+          sub-requests. In these cases, use this flag.</p>
+        </dd>
 
-        <li>
-          '<strong><code>proxy|P</code></strong>' (force
-          <strong>p</strong>roxy)<br />
+        <dt>
+          '<code>proxy|P</code>' (force
+          proxy)</dt><dd>
           This flag forces the substitution part to be internally
 	  sent as a proxy request and immediately (rewrite 
 	  processing stops here) put through the <a
@@ -1421,12 +1421,12 @@
 
           <p>Note: <module>mod_proxy</module> must be enabled in order
           to use this flag.</p>
-        </li>
+        </dd>
 
-        <li>
-          '<strong><code>passthrough|PT</code></strong>'
-          (<strong>p</strong>ass <strong>t</strong>hrough to next
-          handler)<br />
+        <dt>
+          '<code>passthrough|PT</code>'
+          (pass through to next
+          handler)</dt><dd>
            This flag forces the rewrite engine to set the
           <code>uri</code> field of the internal
           <code>request_rec</code> structure to the value of the
@@ -1461,60 +1461,59 @@
           <p>The <code>PT</code> flag implies the <code>L</code>
flag:
           rewriting will be stopped in order to pass the request to
           the next phase of processing.</p>
-        </li>
+        </dd>
 
-        <li>'<strong><code>qsappend|QSA</code></strong>'
-        (<strong>q</strong>uery <strong>s</strong>tring
-        <strong>a</strong>ppend)<br />
+        <dt>'<code>qsappend|QSA</code>'
+        (query string
+        append)</dt><dd>
         This flag forces the rewrite engine to append a query
         string part of the substitution string to the existing string,
         instead of replacing it. Use this when you want to add more
-        data to the query string via a rewrite rule.</li>
+        data to the query string via a rewrite rule.</dd>
 
-         <li>'<strong><code>redirect|R</code>
-          [=<em>code</em>]</strong>' (force <a id="redirect"
-          name="redirect"><strong>r</strong>edirect</a>)<br />
-          <p>Prefix <em>Substitution</em> with
+        <dt>'<code>redirect|R</code>
+          [=<em>code</em>]' (force <a id="redirect"
+          name="redirect">redirect</a>)</dt><dd>
+        <p>Prefix <em>Substitution</em> with
           <code>http://thishost[:thisport]/</code> (which makes the
           new URL a URI) to force a external redirection. If no
           <em>code</em> is given, a HTTP response of 302 (MOVED
-          TEMPORARILY) will be returned. If you want to use other response
-          codes, simply specify the appropriate number
-          or use one of the following symbolic names:
-          <code>temp</code> (default), <code>permanent</code>,
-          <code>seeother</code>. Use this for rules to
-          canonicalize the URL and return it to the client - to 
-	  translate ``<code>/~</code>'' into
-          ``<code>/u/</code>'', or to always append a slash to
-          <code>/u/</code><em>user</em>, etc.<br />
-          <strong>Note:</strong> When you use this flag, make
-          sure that the substitution field is a valid URL! Otherwise,
-          you will be redirecting to an invalid location. Remember
-          that this flag on its own will only prepend
-          <code>http://thishost[:thisport]/</code> to the URL, and rewriting
-	  will continue. Usually, you will want to stop rewriting at this point,
-	  and redirect immediately. To stop rewriting, you should add 
-	  the 'L' flag.</p>
+          TEMPORARILY) will be returned. If you want to use other
+          response codes, simply specify the appropriate number or use
+          one of the following symbolic names: <code>temp</code>
+          (default), <code>permanent</code>,
+          <code>seeother</code>. Use this for rules to canonicalize
+          the URL and return it to the client - to translate
+          ``<code>/~</code>'' into ``<code>/u/</code>'', or to always
+          append a slash to <code>/u/</code><em>user</em>, etc.<br
/>
+          <strong>Note:</strong> When you use this flag, make sure
+          that the substitution field is a valid URL! Otherwise, you
+          will be redirecting to an invalid location. Remember that
+          this flag on its own will only prepend
+          <code>http://thishost[:thisport]/</code> to the URL, and
+          rewriting will continue. Usually, you will want to stop
+          rewriting at this point, and redirect immediately. To stop
+          rewriting, you should add the 'L' flag.</p>
           <p>While this is typically used for redirects, any valid status
           code can be given here. If the status code is outside the redirect
           range (300-399), then the <em>Substitution</em> string is dropped
           and rewriting is stopped as if the <code>L</code> flag was
           used.</p>
-        </li>
+        </dd>
 
-        <li>'<strong><code>skip|S</code></strong>=<em>num</em>'
-        (<strong>s</strong>kip next rule(s))<br />
+        <dt>'<code>skip|S</code>=<em>num</em>'
+        (skip next rule(s))</dt><dd>
         This flag forces the rewriting engine to skip the next
         <em>num</em> rules in sequence, if the current rule
         matches. Use this to make pseudo if-then-else constructs:
         The last rule of the then-clause becomes
         <code>skip=N</code>, where N is the number of rules in the
         else-clause. (This is <strong>not</strong> the same as the
-        'chain|C' flag!)</li>
+        'chain|C' flag!)</dd>
 
-        <li>
-        '<strong><code>type|T</code></strong>=<em>MIME-type</em>'
-        (force MIME <strong>t</strong>ype)<br />
+        <dt>
+        '<code>type|T</code>=<em>MIME-type</em>'
+        (force MIME type)</dt><dd>
          Force the <glossary>MIME-type</glossary> of the target file to be
         <em>MIME-type</em>. This can be used to
         set up the content-type based on some conditions.
@@ -1524,8 +1523,8 @@
         <example>
             RewriteRule ^(.+\.php)s$ $1 [T=application/x-httpd-php-source]
         </example>
-        </li>
-      </ul>
+        </dd>
+      </dl>
 
 <note><title>Per-directory Rewrites</title>
  



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