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I don't know why but this htaccess item doesn't work for me. I have something like this after update user profile public/user_profile/show_user.html?id=4 and I want to have public/user_profile/show_user.html/4

  1. htaccess

RewriteRule ^show_user.html/(\d+)$ show_user.php?id=$1 [NC,L]

  1. profile.php

    After update user -> redirect to user detail

redirect_to(url_for('/user_profile/show_user.html/' . $id));

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I want to have public/user_profile/show_user.html/4

RewriteRule ^show_user.html/(\d+)$ show_user.php?id=$1 [NC,L]

Assuming public/ is the document root and this .htaccess file is in the document root then you are missing /user_profile from the start of the RewriteRule pattern. For example:

RewriteRule ^user_profile/show_user\.html/(\d+)$ show_user.php?id=$1 [L]

Don't forget to backslash escape literal dots. You shouldn't need the NC flag here.

This directive also needs to be near the top of your .htaccess file, before any front-controller. Order matters.

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    Of course I'm in a different place :) As always, thanks for your help MrWhite:) Feb 1 at 10:16

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