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comment Mod_rewrite is ignoring the extension of a file
For some reason they wouldn't let me add the ? in so if you could do that to make your answer complete for the next person with a similar problem I would appreciate it
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comment Mod_rewrite is ignoring the extension of a file
And circle gets the square finally!!! I took your approach and just made the forward slash optional - /? - so if there is a slash in front it will take that away too if not it doesnt worry about it. Thank you for your help!!
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comment Mod_rewrite is ignoring the extension of a file
Hey, I actually tried that too but the problem is your matching '/index.php' so if someone enters mysite.com/index.php it wont work because its trying to remove 'index.php/' which is not there. Adding the forward slash before index.php makes it not work at all.
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comment Mod_rewrite is ignoring the extension of a file
The slash problem: right now the httpd file above removes all instances of 'index.php' in the url so if you type in mysite.com/index.php/sitemap it will redirect you to mysite.com//sitemap it is pulling out the 'index.php' but i can not get it to take the slash with it for some reason. The httpd file also makes sure that while index.php is visibly removed that it is still the first file that gets accessed.
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comment Mod_rewrite is ignoring the extension of a file
The problem is that right now the two URIs are being treated the same. sitemap.xml is simply for search engines, but index.php/sitemap is suppose to end up at the sitemap controller which yields a user friendly sitemap (not xml at all). Instead it is serving up the xml file which is not the function of the controller at all.
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