Apache :: HTAccess - How To Do URL Rewrite

Oct 23, 2014

I have been trying to figure out how to do a url rewrite but no luck so far.

How can I have this [URL] ....

as the default [URL] ....

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Apache :: HTAccess Mod Rewrite Get Variables Not Working

Sep 7, 2013

I'm trying to rewrite the urls across a site I'm developing, which pass get variables like the following:

localhost/link/link1/page.php?id=12
would look like:
localhost/page/12

The first link in the htaccess file works fine, but the following ones don't (whatever the order, the first one works). I'm attaching a snippet of the file here:

# http://localhost/html/content_quiz/quiz-results.php?quizid={number}# to# http://localhost/results/quiz/{number}RewriteRule ^results/quiz/([0-9]+)/?$ /html/content_quiz/quiz-results.php?quizid=$2 [NC,L]# http://localhost/html/content_pages/results.php# to# http://localhost/resultsRewriteRule ^results/?$ /html/content_pages/results.php [NC,L]# http://localhost/html/content_quiz/grade.php?quizid={number}# to# http://localhost/quiz/{number}/gradeRewriteRule ^quiz/([0-9]+)/grade/?$ /html/content_quiz/grade.php?quizid=$3 [NC,L]

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Apache :: Writing Htaccess Rewrite Rule?

Feb 21, 2014

I'm trying to change url structure so instead of /default/category/product.html it would show /category/product.html

With this line I've managed to do it on my personal blog

RedirectMatch 301 /default/(.*) //$1

But when I've implemented it on a customers Magento site it started showing double slashes like this //category/product.html and the whole template just collapsed .

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Apache :: HTAccess Won't Process Rewrite Rule Despite Many Attempts

Apr 1, 2015

It should be a straight forward change. [URL] .... does not redirect to [URL]...... It simply tries to load /denver-cars/ and denver-cars is in the URL. Am I missing something here? I have tried moving it up and down the list of rules and have tried numerous types of flags to no avail. Everything else in the htacess works fine with out the line:

RewriteRule ^/(.*)-cars/ /newcars-in-$1/ [NC,R=301,L]

Here is my htaccess:

Options +FollowSymlinks
RewriteEngine on
RewriteBase /
# Force www
# Redirect google index dir's to new dir
RewriteRule ^/(.*)-cars/ /newcars-in-$1/ [NC,R=301,L]

[code]....

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Apache :: HTAccess And Rewrite Rule - Show Existing Images

Mar 8, 2015

I'm using .htaccess to show existing images instead of images which does not exist.

RewriteBase /images/
RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} !-f
RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} !-d
RewriteRule ^(.*)_(.*)1200x900.jpg$ esittely_$21200x900.jpg
RewriteRule liiga1200x10.jpg esittely1200x10.jpg
RewriteRule liiga670x10.jpg esittely670x10.jpg [L]

Everyting works fine if an image does not exist.

But if an image does exist, the second RewriteRule
RewriteRule liiga1200x10.jpg esittely1200x10.jpg
will be used.

Why is that so? How could I modify my code to prevent that? 

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Htaccess Rewrite

Mar 14, 2007

When someone types in myforum.com/forums.html I want it to display the main forum (myforum.com) with ...../forums.html in the url bar. But without actually having a forums.html file present on the server. Can this be accomplished with htaccess?

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.htaccess To Lighthttpd Rewrite

Sep 23, 2008

I had a .htaccess working in my previouse hosting. It is not working with the new hosting which has lighthttpd.

Can anyone help me to change my below htaccess modrewrite code to lighthttpd url rewrite? Its urgent please.

RewriteEngine On ...

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Convert .htaccess To Lighthttpd Rewrite Rule

Jun 5, 2007

How do I go about converting the follow .htaccess file

Code:
RewriteEngine On
RewriteBase /

RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} -f
RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} /blogs/(clientscript|images)/
RewriteRule ^(.*)$ $1 [L]

RewriteRule ^blogs/([-a-z0-9] )/([-a-z0-9] )-([0-9] )/comment-([0-9] ).html blogs/viewblog.php?username=$1&entrytitle=$2&entry=$3&c=$4 [QSA,L]
RewriteRule ^blogs/([-a-z0-9] )/([-a-z0-9] )-([0-9] )/feed/ blogs/syndication.php?entry=$3 [QSA,L]
RewriteRule ^blogs/([-a-z0-9] )/([-a-z0-9] )-([0-9] )/ blogs/viewblog.php?username=$1&entrytitle=$2&entry=$3 [QSA,L]
RewriteRule ^blogs/([-a-z0-9] )/category/([-a-z0-9] ).html blogs/viewblog.php?username=$1&categorydata=$2 [QSA,L]
RewriteRule ^blogs/([-a-z0-9] )/([0-9]{4})/([0-9]{1,2})/ blogs/viewblog.php?username=$1&month=$3&year=$2 [QSA,L]
RewriteRule ^blogs/([-a-z0-9] )/([0-9]{4})/([0-9]{1,2})/([0-9]{1,2}).html blogs/viewblog.php?username=$1&month=$3&year=$2&day=$4 [QSA,L]
RewriteRule ^blogs/([-a-z0-9] )/archive.html blogs/viewblog.php?username=$1&displaymode=archive [QSA,L]
RewriteRule ^blogs/([-a-z0-9] )/feed/ blogs/syndication.php?username=$1 [QSA,L]
RewriteRule ^blogs/([-a-z0-9] )/ blogs/viewblog.php?username=$1 [QSA,L]
to work with lighthttpds rules?

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Htaccess :: Rewrite A Hash # Or Other Symbol To A Question Mark

Oct 29, 2009

I simply want to rewrite a hash # or other symbol to a question mark via htaccess. So any hash in the URL anywhere should internally rewrite to a ?. All I want is to remove ? from the URL really.

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Wierd Htaccess Url Rewrite- Rewrites All Index Files

Apr 19, 2008

I have worked with mod_rewrite for years and never encountered this problem. I am converting html pages to a single php file and it works perfectly. I used htaccess the rewrite the urls to appear the same so that no links would be broken or lose SEO value.

The only problem is that my friend who also helped build the sites added different directories and within those directories are index.htm files that serve as a home page for the separate directory. Like /info/index.htm and /help/index.htm within the root directory. The problem is that for some reason my mod_rewrite directs to the main index.htm rewrite even if I include the whole path to the file. In htaccess I have this so far:

RewriteEngine on

RewriteRule index.htm$ index.php [L]
RewriteRule servers.htm$ index.php?action=servers [L]
RewriteRule movies.htm$ index.php?action=movies [L]
However there is a directory named "info" and inside that directory it has an index.htm file and it seems to conflict with my first mod_rewrite. I tried using:

RewriteRule /info/index.htm$ index.php?action=info [L]
and used other methods but none seem to work any ideas?

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Apache Rewrite ==> Lighttpd Rewrite

Jul 24, 2008

I dowload a scripts with a .htaccess file

Code:
DirectoryIndex index.php
RewriteEngine On
RewriteRule ^link/([0-9]+)[/]*$ /redirect.php?id=$1
RewriteRule ^link/([a-zA-Z0-9]+)[/]*$ /redirect.php?tag=$1

I want to convert it to lighttpd rewrite rules, urgent, also I can't contact with the scripts author,

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Apache :: How Can URL Rewrite

Apr 25, 2013

how can i url rewrite, i tried to myself but failed miserably!.host.com/movie.php?id=123, 123 being any number!to: host.com/movie/123

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Jul 25, 2008

I have all my specify modules are loaded in pache like mod_rewrite in other face I have a script need require mod_rewrite in install steps but I have in testing : Apache Mod-Rewrite Unavailable

but when I run httpd -l I get this list

PHP Code:

[root@server†~]#†httpd†-lCompiled†in†modules:††core.c††prefork.c††http_core.c††mod_so.c[root@server†~]#†

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Apache Rewrite Rules

Jan 12, 2007

With this whole no-www thing going on. I've decided to have a look at whether I can do this for my domains.

Instead of writing a

RewriteEngine On
RewriteCond %{HTTP_HOST} ^www.domain.com$ [NC]
RewriteRule ^(.*)$ h77p://domain.com/$1 [R=301,L]

for every single domain I'd like to do this for across all domains as standard. I'm not too hot on rewrite rules and have in the past avoided them cos of the complexities. But I'd like to get this done, and no silently do it, but reflect the URL difference in the webbrowsers address bar too.

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Apache :: Unable To Rewrite URL

Sep 24, 2013

I'm trying to rewrite the following URL, and the rewrite seems to work, but doesn't forward to the rewritten page.

From: domain.com/index.php?random

To: domain.com/random

RewriteRule ^random$ /index.php?random [L]

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Apache :: Getting URL Rewrite To Work

May 25, 2015

On my website at www.jamescobban.net I have a directory which contains an ancient copy of my old static implementation of the site. It is there just in case someone has saved a old URL. However the data in that directory is several years out of date, so I would like to redirect the old static URLs to the equivalent dynamic URLs. For example: URLs.....

I wasn't warned that the <Directory> in the Apache conf file has to specify AllowOverride All whereas the default that is created when I install Ubuntu is AllowOverride None.I wasn't warned that I have to enable the mod_rewrite using a2enmod or else the rewrite commands are rejected.I am testing this on my private copy of the web-site where I can fiddle with options like that in the config file, but when I migrate this to my public server I do not have that privilege, so I want to try setting up the URL rewriting in .htaccess.

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Apache :: Rewrite For Any Directory

Oct 15, 2014

I would like to write a rewrite rule that does the following:

RewriteEngine On

Redirect 301 URL...

So what I want is that the first url is rewritten to go to the second ..I have a whole bunch of links that I have to redirect, so I would like to place them all into one .htaccess file or into the default configuration file of apache. So what I do not want is to create SomeFolder1 and someOtherFolder2 and to place a .htaccess file into that place in order to make it work. In fact I want to ignore the folders of the old link and only use the pagename.

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Apache :: 2.4.4 - Delay / Pause In Mod Rewrite

Mar 13, 2013

I'm running Apache 2.4.4 Win32 on a Windows 2008 server. When trying to optimize a website I noticed a random reoccurring 2550ms delay in Time To First Byte. A file could have a TTFB of 200ms several times but suddenly it would get 2750ms. This could be a static file (image, html, js) or php. I've measured using ApacheBench (locally and remotely), webpagetest.org and bytecheck.com. After much trial and error I found the problem was with mod_rewrite. Disabling this and everything is fine.

I have setup a blank/new install with only basic config change (Listen, ServerRoot etc) to replicate result without anything else interfering. Following is the rewrite section I add to config.

Code:
<IfModule mod_rewrite.c>
RewriteEngine on
RewriteRule (^/Pictures.*) /$1 [L]
</IfModule>

After Apache has started I execute "ab http://my.example.com/Pictures/Thumbnails/tmb_400X400_FFFFFF_660.jpg" and always get the delay. If I execute again it's normal. If I wait at least 30 seconds I get the delay. Following is a section from error.log with trace8 logging.

Code:
[Tue Mar 12 23:28:56.123519 2013] [rewrite:trace3] [pid 7624:tid 888] mod_rewrite.c(468): [client 69.x.y.90:36279] 69.x.y.90 - - [my.example.com/sid#42c748][rid#26df0d0/initial] applying pattern '(^/Pictures.*)' to uri '/Pictures/Thumbnails/tmb_400X400_FFFFFF_660.jpg'

[Code] ....

As you see from line 3 to line 4 the time skips 2550ms. When the TTFB is normal then the log is identical except time doesn't change from line 3 to line 4. If I delete the rewrite section in config then TTFB is always normal, no matter what.

When I testet on the live server the time for fully loaded increase from 3800-4000ms to 8500-10500ms when mod_rewrite is enabled. And that is about 30 requests (php+css+js+images). So the impact is significant.

What can this be? I'm having a hard time believing it's a bug. Isn't mod_rewrite used a lot? I'm running Ubuntu (linux) at home, I'm going to install Apache there and see if I get the same result.

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Apache :: Rewrite Wrong Request

Nov 13, 2013

In my web site I have several index pages in different languages in the following format

[URL] ....

Two days ago I noticed increased, many times. Google bot activity on my site and when I checked my log file I found that all pages crawled were wrong web addresses: to the above index were added existing files from my site like

/folder1/folder2/file.html

So, the strings looked like

[URL] ....

And surprisingly all they returned code "200".

My question is: is there any way to rewrite such requests to the first ".html" found in the string.

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Apache :: Mod Rewrite - How To Differentiate Sessions

Nov 5, 2014

I am trying to capture 3-4 digits when sent as part of a URL, for them to be proxied to another URL. I have no control over how the source sends this data, I am supposed to redirect it. Which works.

#RewriteCond %{HTTP:whoisd-ussd-message} ([d]{2,4})
#RewriteRule ^/original/individual.do(.*)$ https://other.server.com/somewhere/011$1 [P]

The problem is this works for all URLs that have digits to this server. I am expecting to trap URLs that send digits as part of the first call to the server, but this also affects URL calls that are part of other server call transactions, once digits appear, it gets redirected. What can I do to stop this interference?

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Apache :: Unable To Use URL Rewrite On Server?

Aug 15, 2014

after I install my apache 2.4 on my notebook, I install it using PHP and it's successful, but when I use .htaccess

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Apache :: 2.4 Rewrite Rules Broken?

Jul 4, 2013

I got a trouble with a server upgrade on GoDaddy.

Once the server was upgraded from Apache 2.2 to Apache 2.4 all

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Apache :: Internal URL Rewrite Across Subdomains

Jun 8, 2013

I want to rewrite across subdomains, e.g. requests for sub1.mydomain.com/foo.htm -> www.mydomain.com/foo.htm. I can do

this with something like:

Code:
RewriteCond %{HTTP_HOST} ^sub[0-9].
RewriteRule (.*) http://www.mydomain.com/$1 [R=303,L]

I want to make it an internal rewrite though, not an external redirect. If I remove the [R=303] I still end up with a redirect (a 302). I assume mod_rewrite is forcing an external redirect because it's to a different [sub]domain.

Is there any way I can overcome this and make the change internal?

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Apache :: Mod Rewrite Based On User Name?

May 7, 2013

I am using apache with subversion and need to redirect a request for a file to a different file based on the user that has made the request. It appears that the URL for the requested file could be changed on the fly using RewriteMap; however, is there any way to get the User (as typically given in the request_rec available to apache hooks) making the request in the program used?

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Apache Rewrite Rule - 404 Error

Apr 29, 2013

I need two rules in apache to work

RewriteRule ^([^/]*).html$ index.php?page=$1 [L]
RewriteRule ^([^/]*)/([^/]*).html$ index.php?pnumber=$1&page=$2 [L]

First one rule does work and /index.php?page=something redirect to /something.html

Second rule does not work /index.php?pnumber=1&page=something need to be /1/something.html

But when make this link i got 404 error the request url not found.

Where is error, an how i can make to second rule work too?

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Apache :: How To Use Reverse-proxy With Mod Rewrite

Nov 5, 2014

I am running a few different web servers on my home network and have found a way of binding each wb server (and any virtual hosts) to domain names and having a "central" web server rerouting a request to the appropriate server using reverse-proy. at the moment, this central web server is IIS (Windows Server 2008 R2) based and it works perfectly. I want to change the central server to an Apache based one.

As an example; I want the central server to see an incoming http request (e.g sub.domain.com) and reroute it using reverse-proxy to a different web server that wouldn't normaly be accessible from the Internet (e.g 192.168.1.122/index.html).

My question is how do you reverse-proxy to a different server on the LAN with mod_rewrite in Apache?

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Apache :: Rewrite JSON / XML Response Possible?

Oct 21, 2014

I have setup a reverse proxy that allows users to query an internal server. That internal server returns a JSON or XML response.

In that response some URLS need to be rewritten as they cannot be resolved externally. Is it possible to rewrite JSON/XML response bodies?

I experimented with "ProxyHTMLURLMap 1.1.1.1 2.2.2.2" but that did not work (seems to ignore the JSON response entirely)...

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Apache :: Rewrite Is Not Working For Locations

Nov 22, 2013

After a few years with apache 2.2 I decided to try apache 2.4 Both are running on windows 7. I had to recompile my modules against the new api, but that was succesful. I am now confronted that the rewrite rule for one of my locations :

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Apache :: Trying To Rewrite URLs With Query Strings

Feb 23, 2013

I need htaccess file for one of my sites. I've searched everywhere, and I can't find a solution for my problem.

System Info:
Easy Apache v3.18.1
CentOS 6.3 (x86_64)

So I'm trying to redirect all URLs in a certain query range to a new website. i.e.,

mydomain.com/?p=35000
mydomain.com/?p=35001
mydomain.com/?p=35002
mydomain.com/?p=35003
etc.

all need to 301 redirect to myotherdomain.com

I don't need to append each query to the new domain. All the URLs simply need to redirect to the naked domain of the other site. So

mydomain.com/?p=35000 is not redirecting to myotherdomain.com/?p=35000

It is simply redirecting to myotherdomain.com

Also, I need to redirect the specific series ([35000-35999]) to the new domain. I want to redirect the www and the non-www URLs.

I've attempted to write the code myself, but when I upload the htaccess file, the URLs are not redirecting. I'm doing something wrong.

Here's what I've tried:

Code:

RewriteEngine on
RewriteCond %{HTTP_HOST} ^mydomain.com$ [OR]
RewriteCond %{HTTP_HOST} ^www.mydomain.com$
RewriteCond %{QUERY_STRING} ^p=([35000-35999]*)$
RewriteRule ^(.*)$ "http://myotherdomain.com/" [R=301,L]

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Aug 13, 2014

I need to implement prevent XSS attacks by using apache rewrite following rewrite rules for all urls of the domain.

Converting < and > to < and >
Converting ( and ) to ( and )
Converting # and & to # and &

& --> &
< --> <
> --> >
" --> "
' --> '

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