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Apr
25
comment Making a dynamic robots.txt but system is appending forward slash
What is need of adding slash after robots.txt?
Feb
20
answered How to perform a 301 redirect with .htaccess and PHP
Nov
18
awarded  Editor
Nov
18
revised Rewrite rule for friendly URLs to index.php is not working from htaccess
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Nov
18
answered Rewrite rule for friendly URLs to index.php is not working from htaccess
May
13
awarded  Caucus
May
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awarded  Constituent
Apr
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answered 301 redirect from “/index.html” to root if index.html not exist
Jul
4
awarded  Yearling
Jan
21
comment .htaccess mod_rewrite 500 internal server error
You're welcome, glad that it worked out. I think this is my accepted answer with a negative vote :) ... not sure why the down-voter did so though.
Jan
21
comment .htaccess mod_rewrite 500 internal server error
@BartZweers: Can you please let me know if you tried this answer? If yes then kindly inform if it resolved your 500 error or not? btw I have tested this answer on my Apache and it worked fine.
Jan
21
comment .htaccess mod_rewrite 500 internal server error
@YaronUliel: Go and read some Apache documentation before reaching to conclusion like this. REQUEST_FILENAME is indeed the full path of the requested file not just the base file name. And even though OP showed images in his example eventually that rule will be needed to avoid redirection for all static files like images, css, js etc. That's why it is important to avoid it like this.
Jan
21
comment .htaccess mod_rewrite 500 internal server error
@yoavmatchulsky: That's not correct, please read Apache docs again. It will only check if requested file exists then don't apply the rule.
Jan
21
answered .htaccess mod_rewrite 500 internal server error
Oct
1
answered Will robots.txt block crawling things like menu and footer links?
Sep
14
comment 403 error with a 301 redirect in .htaccess
Can you try: RewriteRule ^picks/categorizedPicks/126$ /search/?catalogue=11&module=20 [NC,L,R=301]
Jul
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awarded  Autobiographer
Jul
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awarded  Teacher
Jun
30
answered can mod_rewrite be used for this problem?
May
15
answered Use .htaccess to rewrite requests for a PNG as a PHP GET variable