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Remove part of url with htaccess

Posted on 2011-02-28
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Hellow all,

I have this url:

http://www.mylocalwebsite.local/site2/nl#/stock_sample/41/42/4

Now, i need to rewrite this url to:

http://www.mylocalwebsite.local/nl#/stock_sample/41/42/4

Can someone help me with this. Thanks in advance.

greetz,
watler
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Question by:wal_toor
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Try this:

Options +FollowSymLinks
 
RewriteEngine On
RewriteBase /

RewriteRule ^site2/(.*)$ $1 [R]

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by:HiroshiSenga
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There is another simple way,
Write as follows;

Redirect permanent /site2/ /
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by:wal_toor
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Thanks all, sorry for the late respond.
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