.htaccess mod_rewrite rules

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  1. John

    John Regular Member

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    Don't really know were to post this but I need some help with .htaccess mod_rewrite because I do not know how it should look.


    I want following links to be rewritten.

    home.php >> x/
    api.php?create=[VALUE] >> x/api/create/[VALUE]/
    api_example.php >> x/api/example/
    dashboard/login.php >> x/dashboard/login/
    dashboard/signup.php >> x/dashboard/signup/
    dashboard/logout.php >> x/dashboard/logout/
    dashboard/index.php >> x/dashboard/
    dashboard/index.php?page=newshortlink >> x/dashboard/new/
    dashboard/index.php?page=account >> x/dashboard/account/
    dashboard/index.php?page=delshortlink >> x/dashboard/delete/
    dashboard/index.php?page=del&action=delete&id=[VALUE] >> x/dashboard/delete/[VALUE]/

    Hope someone that is good on this can help me.
     
  2. Bundy

    Bundy Admin Talk Staff

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    Edit...be right back...


    I typed something else then realized it wasn't what I or you wanted. Here is another tool that may help you...

    http://www.htaccesstools.com/ But I don't think it will.. :( Sorry.
     
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    John Regular Member

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    Okay. Do not know why it stands edit but I guess you will help me with this and if that is the case thank you very much :)
     
  4. John

    John Regular Member

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    Ok :( Thanks anyway. Maybe someone else is good at this and can help me with this?
     
  5. Bundy

    Bundy Admin Talk Staff

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    This might help you but you may need to be logged in or be part of vbseo?

    vBulletin SEO Forums

    You are looking for rewrites right?
     
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    John Regular Member

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    Yes I am looking for rewrites but this is not for any vbulletin forum or anything like that its for an website only.
     
  7. Bundy

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    That should still help you then.
     
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    John Regular Member

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    Thanks for that one but it doesn't work. just get an 500 error page when i put the rewrite rule in my .htaccess file.
     
  9. Nick

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    What exactly did you put in your .htaccess? Can you paste the code here? Thanks. ;)
     
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    This is what I put in the .htaccess file.

    RewriteEngine on

    RewriteRule 'home\.php=(.*?)$' => 'x/'
     
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    Anyone that can help me with this?
     
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    RewriteRule ^x(/?)$ home.php [NC,L]

    The (/?) says it can have a / but doesnt have to. NC is no case
     

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