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If there would be no forward slash char - it would be definitely a fragment identifier. I found a web-site using this syntax: http://themes.iki-bir.com/jupither And I don't get an idia how it works. Could anyone explain?

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If there would be no forward slash char - it would be definitely a fragment identifier.

Indicated by the first # character, /page is the fragment identifier of this URI.

The fragment identifier component may contain /.

What this fragment identifier is used for? That’s up to the webmaster.

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Can't really be sure what they are doing, but what I saw there was this:

http://themes.iki-bir.com/jupither/#

and clicking on it took me to it without any changes:

http://themes.iki-bir.com/jupither/#

It's possible to have your web server serve pages to paths or to virtual paths, that are not actual folders. Like for example you could serve pages out of a data base directly to the web server.

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  • your idea is clear, but I used this template on my own server as well and there was no .htaccess file so I'd suppose that web-server should process the URL as it passed from address line. Jan 18 '14 at 18:05

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