Dear folks, Currently a rewrite should redirect
And for that this works fine via the following rule:
RewriteRule ^index.php /en/home [R=301]
/someotherfolder/index.php is called, even then it redirects to
/en/home while it should not! How can I hardcode it to ONLY rewrite, on the condition that its the root-index.php file, and not just any index.php file sitting in other deeper folders?
Thanks very much for your suggestions! Much appreciated.
here is a working sample, hope this helps.
RewriteLog "/var/log/httpd/rewrite_log" RewriteLogLevel 3 Alias /dummy.org /tmp/dummy.org <Directory /tmp/dummy.org> Options FollowSymLinks RewriteEngine On RewriteRule ^index.htm /en/somepage [R=301] </Directory>
If I use "http://127.0.0.1/dummy.org/index.htm" it gets rewritten to "http://127.0.0.1/en/somepage"
(3) [perdir /tmp/dummy.org/] strip per-dir prefix: /tmp/dummy.org/index.htm -> index.htm (3) [perdir /tmp/dummy.org/] applying pattern '^index.htm' to uri 'index.htm' (2) [perdir /tmp/dummy.org/] rewrite 'index.htm' -> '/en/somepage' (2) [perdir /tmp/dummy.org/] explicitly forcing redirect with http://127.0.0.1/en/somepage (1) [perdir /tmp/dummy.org/] escaping http://127.0.0.1/en/somepage for redirect (1) [perdir /tmp/dummy.org/] redirect to http://127.0.0.1/en/somepage [REDIRECT/301]
If I use "http://127.0.0.1/dummy.org/someotherfolder/index.htm" it doesnt get rewritten
(3) [perdir /tmp/dummy.org/] add path info postfix: /tmp/dummy.org/someotherfolder -> /tmp/dummy.org/someotherfolder/index.htm (3) [perdir /tmp/dummy.org/] strip per-dir prefix: /tmp/dummy.org/someotherfolder/index.htm -> someotherfolder/index.htm (3) [perdir /tmp/dummy.org/] applying pattern '^index.htm' to uri 'someotherfolder/index.htm' (1) [perdir /tmp/dummy.org/] pass through /tmp/dummy.org/someotherfolder
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