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bio website misers.org
location Raleigh, NC
age 36
visits member for 3 years, 9 months
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Sep
11
awarded  Revival
May
26
awarded  Yearling
Feb
25
answered 403 error with a 301 redirect in .htaccess
Feb
25
answered Prevent hotlinking of attachments
Feb
25
comment Subdomains on WampServer
weird that your documentroot and URL's have the same prefix. Try reading your errorlog and re-checking the filesystem
Feb
25
answered Symbolic link not allowed or link target not accessible: /var/www on Ubuntu 11.04
Feb
25
awarded  Critic
Feb
25
answered Conditional AddHandler Directive
Feb
25
comment Name of virtualhost (apache)
ServerName should not be an internal name, it should be the/a name as used by clients. It will be used for generating self-referential URLs.
Feb
26
comment How to internally rewrite a page when requested from specific HTTP_HOST
i think your RewriteLog level is too low and leaving out RewriteCond comparisons. When you make any substitution in per-directory/htaccess context, the entire ruleset will run again, so the default rule you mention might stomp on your rule you've inserted the 2nd time around.
Feb
24
answered How to add an exception to this rewrite rule
Feb
24
answered RewriteRules targeting a directory result in a gratuitous redirect
Feb
24
answered Using env variables with RewriteRule and ErrorDocument
Feb
24
comment Rewrite for robots.txt and favicon.ico
For the RewriteRule I commented on, it requires that "mysite.com" either be in the path component of the URL or have been added there by a prior rewrite. In other words, http://mysite.com/something/mysite.com/media... which I assume is not the case. RewriteRule matches against the path component of the URI, not the scheme/host/query/etc.
Feb
24
comment Rewrite for robots.txt and favicon.ico
That rule would almost make sense as a RewriteRule, but not at all as a RewriteCond. You're not comparing against the current URL at all with a RewriteCond.
Feb
23
answered Rewrite for robots.txt and favicon.ico
Jan
9
awarded  Teacher
Jan
7
answered Getting SSL certificate for a sub-domain