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need help in mod rewrite with subdomain

Posted on 2009-04-12
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i have the following link thats for personal store
http://nsaby.com/index.php?action=mtajer&mtajerid=ajabnoor
i had set the wild card dns in my host
i need to rewrite that link to subdomain like this
http://ajabnoor.nsaby.com
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by:iserko
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Place the code snippet into your virtual server or directory statement.

Hope this helps
RewriteEngine on
RewriteCond %{QUERY_STRING} ^.*[\?&]?action=mtajer.*$ [NC]
RewriteCond %{QUERY_STRING} ^.*mtajerid=(\w+)&?.*$ [NC]
RewriteRule ^.*$            http://%1.nsaby.com/? [R,NC]

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by:dr_lionheart
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the rewrite works ok
but it dose not show that page
this is the code for the store link
<a href=\"index.php?action=mtajer&mtajerid=$ss_link\">

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by:iserko
ID: 24127289
Oh I get it you want it the other way round. I misread your first text, sorry.

Here's the correction (I didn't test this one yet, so let me know if it works):
RewriteEngine on
RewriteCond %{HTTP_HOST} ^(\w+)\.nsaby\.com.*$ [NC]
RewriteRule ^.*$            http://nsaby.com/?action=mtajer&mtajerid=%1 [L]

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by:iserko
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Fix for line 3
RewriteRule ^.*$            http://nsaby.com/index.php?action=mtajer&mtajerid=%1 [L]

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by:dr_lionheart
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ok i changed the rewrite rule to
RewriteEngine on
RewriteCond %{HTTP_HOST} ^(\w+)\.nsaby\.com.*$ [NC]
RewriteRule ^.*$            http://nsaby.com/index.php?action=mtajer&mtajerid=%1 [L]


and the output link to
<a href=\"http://$ss_link.nsaby.com\">
and works fine
but the linke in the browser up is displayed like this
http://nsaby.com/index.php?action=mtajer&mtajerid=ajabnoor
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iserko earned 500 total points
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Try putting P at the end of line 3.
RewriteRule ^.*$            http://nsaby.com/index.php?action=mtajer&mtajerid=%1 [L,P]

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by:dr_lionheart
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you deserve more than this
thankssssssss
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