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I'm new to websites with databases and was wondering how to make a url look like

https://domain.tld/H34d2b rather than https://domain.tld/?p=H34d2b

I had an idea of forwarding the page to a 404 PHP script, so /H34d2b doesn't exist but the 404.php could read the url and display the content; but this seems a bit messy and would like to check if there is a better way other than what I am about to do.

I tried searching for this but I don't know how else to search for this other than url variables and I keep getting ?v= - which is not a format I'd like.

  • Are you using a CMS? If you are, there may be an inside mechanism to do this. – xpy Dec 15 '15 at 13:23
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If you're using Apache or a compatible web server you need to use: mod_rewrite - http://httpd.apache.org/docs/current/mod/mod_rewrite.html

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