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apache .htaccess  AddType application/x-httpd-parse .html  exception

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The following handler in my .htaccess file serves to route all .html requests to /php/story_builder/story.php, and it works great.

I need to make an exception for one file, googlehostedservice.html ,which i don't want handled php/story_builder/story.php
AddType application/x-httpd-parse .html 
Action application/x-httpd-parse "/php/story_builder/story.php?f="

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AddType application/x-httpd-parse .html
Action application/x-httpd-parse "/php/story_builder/story.php?f="
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didn't work. googlehostedservice.html gets processed by /php/story_builder/story.php
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then you have to make a dummy rule, something like




AddType application/x-httpd-parse .html
Action application/x-httpd-parse "/php/story_builder/story.php?f="

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I'll assume that works. I added code in my php/story_builder/story.php to check for /googlehostedservice.html and not process it.
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