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From Wang Penghui <>
Subject [users@httpd] Re: help to design A writerule.
Date Fri, 29 Oct 2004 07:33:14 GMT
Eimantas Vaiciunas wrote:
> On Friday 29 October 2004 04:59, Wang Penghui wrote:
>>Hi all:
>>Apache is so powerful. I am so glad i could use it as my webserver.
>>Now i have some difficulty to understand the mod_write.
>>One example is:
>>The Current URL is http://mywebserver/?page_name=A.
>>Then i want it display in the browser as http://mywebserver/A.
>>What rules should i use. I have try many, but none succssful.
> RewriteEngine On
> RewriteRule ^A http://mywebserver/?page_name=A

Thank you for you quick response. And it could work correctly.
But i am afraid it could not suit my implementation.
I want to the URL http://mywebserver/A display in the browser instead of

The visitor no need to type http://mywebserver/A. They could click the 
mouse button to see the pages, and could see a better URL in their 
browsers. In the server. the URL is http://mywebserver/?page_name=A 
while in the client browser the URL is http://mywebserver/A

Thank you again.

Wang Penghui

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