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comment using .htaccess, is there a way to allow access to a file only if current date is between 2 dates
ok, you gave me some ideas on where to look. thanks!
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comment using .htaccess, is there a way to allow access to a file only if current date is between 2 dates
how do i get date & tme in the rewrite rule?
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asked using .htaccess, is there a way to allow access to a file only if current date is between 2 dates
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answered DNS issue with migration of web site to new server
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answered CGI script not working properly on new web server
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comment CGI script not working properly on new web server
thanks for the answer, but i found my own answer. thx
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asked CGI script not working properly on new web server
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accepted Reusing Apache Environment variables while using SetEnv
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comment Reusing Apache Environment variables while using SetEnv
@quanta thanks. u wanna put that as an answer, so i can mark it?
Aug
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comment Reusing Apache Environment variables while using SetEnv
@Shane Madden, updated my question with more info, thanks for your time!
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revised Reusing Apache Environment variables while using SetEnv
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comment Reusing Apache Environment variables while using SetEnv
@quanta that question is close to what i'm trying to do, but I don't have PHP. i'm trying to reuse a variable i had set earlier in the config again, to expand and build URL's.
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asked Reusing Apache Environment variables while using SetEnv
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comment Apache with PHP configured as FastCGI and scripts without suffix
As @LazyOne said, this behavior is up to you, but it may behoove you to leave it, as you can use /mail/ instead of /mail.cgi to hide the fact that you're using CGI, and also, may get better SEO outta such a configuration. IF your example were real estate listings. you'd have /listings/NY/Albany/ instead of /listings.cgi?st=NY&city=Albany