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-edit- it looks like i didnt need to do anything with apache. I have a dummy test and it seems to work with every url and extension i gave it.

I am follwing these awesome instructions

and at this point i understand what is happening (except i dont reconize why .config would need to be an ext)

I would like all urls to use x-asp-net so urls like anything woot.falseExt with space

AddType application/x-asp-net .aspx .ashx .asmx .ascx .asax .config .ascx

How do i do that? also it would be nice if i can make it so php still runs normally on other sites but thats not my concern right now. I need all urls to be able to run on this server/site

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Use mod_rewrite to rewrite "strange" URLs to URLs being served by an application.

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