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bio website joelhoskin.co.uk
location UK
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seen Apr 15 '12 at 19:00

My main programming experience is in C# and PHP. I've also just started to learn Prolog.

I'm currently working on a game with PixelXCore before starting university to study Computer Science.


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comment Mod Rewrite not working
@paulmorriss It takes you to the correct profile now but how do I change the setting so instead of showing the full URL the browser just keeps showing the url used to access the page. I was reading about it in the apache docs. I tried to add [PT] but that resulted in 404's
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comment Mod Rewrite not working
It works perfect now, thanks very much for your help :P
Jul
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accepted Mod Rewrite not working
Jul
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comment Mod Rewrite not working
Also as a side how will I be able to add exceptions for each of my pages. For example blogs/index.php is my index page rather than a blog called index
Jul
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comment Mod Rewrite not working
It's still doing the same thing sorry, I don't think its taking the right variable, its just copying blog.php rather than what you write in. I don't know how to fix it though.
Jul
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comment Mod Rewrite not working
Ok I removed all escape slashes and now the entire site just 404s
Jul
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comment Mod Rewrite not working
joelhoskin.net76.net/blogs/blog.php?display=blog.php Every page just redirects here, however I have a redirect in the blog.php that if the display doesnt exist it redirects back to the blogs/index.php and since that page redirects to the previous one its caught in a loop
Jul
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comment Mod Rewrite not working
Actually it seems to have that error on the enter /blogs directory
Jul
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comment Mod Rewrite not working
Thanks for your help it worked a treat it did re-direct however chrome gave me this error Error 310 (net::ERR_TOO_MANY_REDIRECTS): There were too many redirects. Firefox throws "Firefox has detected that the server is redirecting the request for this address in a way that will never complete."
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asked Mod Rewrite not working
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comment How to make parameters look more attractive
Realized I missed off .php from the rewrite rule, still doesnt work though
Jul
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comment How to make parameters look more attractive
@zgold: Thanks very much for the help. The exact URL I am trying to get is joelhoskin.net76.net/blogs/theblogsnamehere to joelhoskin.net76.net/blogs/blog?display=theblogsnamehere I've put this in the .ht access file which doesn't seem to be working RewriteEngine On RewriteCond %{HTTP_HOST} ^joelhoskin.net76.net/blogs/(.*)$ [OR] RewriteCond %{HTTP_HOST} ^www.joelhoskin.net76.net/blogs/(.*)$ RewriteRule ^$ joelhoskin.net76.net/blogs/blog?display=$1 [L] Sorry this comment seemed to remove my link break, should I start a new question?
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asked How to make parameters look more attractive