Oh, .htaccess hurts my head.
So, I have a webpage which has a pretty URL of foo.com/radio/jobs though actually lives at foo.com/content/directory_jobs.php/?section=radio
I achieve this using an .htaccess line of...
RewriteRule ^(radio|tv|magazines|newspapers)/jobs$ /content/directory_jobs.php?section=$1
This same page has an optional ?pages= query string - so you can go to foo.com/radio/jobs?page=2 and see the second page.
The above .htaccess line, however, doesn't add this pages variable: with the result that the underlying PHP script doesn't see a 'pages' variable.
Can I tweak the above .htaccess line to ensure that I do pass a 'pages' variable if it exists? Or do I have to have two .htaccess lines for every page like this?