[olug] simple alternative to mod_rewrite?
nrauhauser at gmail.com
Fri Jan 8 23:58:18 UTC 2010
Brian's incantation is correct for a server with a functional mod_rewrite
- which I don't have. I ended up using a one line http redirection and it
met the requirement. This was placed in the root directory of some random
apache server with nothing else on it ...
On Fri, Jan 8, 2010 at 5:35 PM, Brian Roberson <roberson at bstc.net> wrote:
> Header("location: http://someotherplace.com/here.html");
> Off the top of my head, so check the syntax. Obviously this is a php
> example, you can do the same with any language that gives you access to send
> http headers.
> On Jan 6, 2010, at 10:35 PM, obiwan at jedi.com (Obi-Wan) wrote:
> A 301 redirect, simple java redirect or even an iFrame could be done
>>> in just a few minutes. I would look at those...probably in that
>> Yeah, I'd vote for a 301 redirect for something as trivial as what you
>> I've used them before & it was easy, but it's been a few years & I don't
>> remember how off the top of my head.
>> Ben "Obi-Wan" Hollingsworth obiwan at jedi.com
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