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Posted on 2006-06-21
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hi guys,

i need to change semi colons in my urls to ampersands ( ; to & )

i think modrewrite would be the best so it only effects a certain directory.

anyone know how to write this in .htaccess file?. I know that i can change this in the php.ini ( arg_separator.output = "&" ) file but i only want to effect one directory which contains a forum.

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