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Programming and IT for the office, which includes development of our sites and client sites, as well as the upkeep of ours. Mostly I write PHP but I've put together a few OpenOffice macros working as well. I keep our office network operating and deal with other general hardware issues.

I've been working with WordPress since about 1.5 or so, but building commercially since only about 2.9.


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comment Apache forwarding without redirecting (application won't follow redirects)
Since you think the API client isn't following the redirect the rule is no longer relevant.
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answered Apache forwarding without redirecting (application won't follow redirects)
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comment Apache forwarding without redirecting (application won't follow redirects)
That answered my question. :) mod_rewrite should be able to handle that. What does your .htaccess rule(s) for this look like? But if symlinks are a possibility it might be more efficient. Is it possible to symlink the two directories?
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comment Apache forwarding without redirecting (application won't follow redirects)
What do your "API calls" look like? .htaccess rules are only going to apply for http(s) connections, not for something accessing your files with a filesystem path-- /var/www/...