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From "Joshua Slive" <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Can mod_proxy_html rewrite <li style="...">
Date Wed, 13 Jun 2007 18:10:57 GMT
On 6/13/07, Earl Chew <> wrote:
> I'm using mod_proxy_html and I've got a page with the following content:
> <li style="background-image: url('/galleries/1/thumbs/Ferry
> ride-100x80.JPG')">

> If I read this correctly, mod_proxy_html is parsing the HTML to figure
> out which sections to look in for URLs to rewrite. To have mod_proxy_html
> rewrite my /galleries/ URL, I'm going to have to add "li" and "style" to
> the list of elements and attributes.
> Can anyone provide any further guidance here?

I don't use mod_proxy_html myself, but from the docs and examples, it
seems you need to use ProxyHTMLEvents and ProxyHTMLExtended On. See:


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