As I mentioned above, it's the loading of each page that kills me.
You've probably seen this in many examples: But nobody ever does that. And it's commonly distributed for default. There it's just meant as fallback, and keeps "ugly" URLs work as default. However you don't want that usually in your own. If it did, you'd have bigger problems.
Were it really be disabled, your RewriteRules still wouldn't work anyway. It's meant to prevent HTTP errors. What it usually accomplishes is gracing your users with HTTP errors instead. Not so much more user-friendly if you think about it. Practically it just suppresses the more useful log entries, or server notification mails.
You'd be none the wiser as to why your RewriteRules never work.
What seems enticing as generalized safeguard, often turns out to be an obstacle in practice. Which happens to be the implicit default anyway.
So you don't actually need this. It makes sense to use with individual web applications in deeper subdirectories. It can shorten RewriteRule patterns in such cases.
Generally it's best to prefer relative path specifiers in per-directory rule sets. See also How does RewriteBase work in.
Commonly you just have one dispatcher script index. The latter might clash with similar virtual RewriteRule paths. You'd either have to guard your rules then with the commonplace RewriteCond!
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I have a script witch genrate links like this: [login to view URL] so i want to rewrite it into like /f/ php url rewrite htaccess, hello are you looking for apache rewrite or nginx rewrite rules? please let me know and message me back to discuss about it and get started as well.
thanks. Running Xitami in Windows and PHP , nor PHP_SELF or SCRIPT_FILENAME is not availiable. Trying SCRIPT_NAME instead. Here is a function that returns the filename of a script without slashes.
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