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From Mauro Sacchetto <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Address rewriting with mod_rewrite
Date Tue, 07 Oct 2008 14:59:35 GMT
Il martedì 7 ottobre 2008 16:41:50 Krist van Besien ha scritto:
> What you have to understand is that RewriteRules operate on the
> requests that are sent from the browser to the server, not the other
> way round.
> So what you can do with a rewrite rule is make it possible for a
> browser to request A, and get B in stead.
Thinking and reading more about...

> I think you obviously want to hide the "index.php?pagina=home" from
> the user. So what you want is that when a user requests
> het gets
> but the address bar in the browser does remain
> ""
Yes. This happen if I start from,
go in another page abd come back ho home clicking
non the "Home" voice on the menu bar. This time
I obtain the long PHP address.

> Ofcourse, this is not the end. You might have to look at the links
> that are in the page that index.php generates...
Not easy for me... Just learning...

> Is this by any chance a CMS you've installed? If so, which one?
No, it's a little site create by myself


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