I have this in my htaccess, which works fine:
RewriteRule ^product/(.*)/(.*)/(.*).php$ /naughty/products/product.php?DPID=$2
I would like to be able to pass 'additional' optional get variables. so I was thinking something like (this does not work though):
RewriteRule ^product/(.*)/(.*)/(.*).php\??(.*)$ /naughty/products/product.php?DPID=$2&$4
The problem is that the RewriteRule directive only matches its regex against the URL, not the query string. So, when you visit, for instance, http://example.com/product/1/2/3.php?color=gray, your RewriteRule
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