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mod_rewrite with query string

Posted on 2013-01-17
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I currently have a site that uses URLs like the following:
www.mysite.com/index.php?Page=page1
www.mysite.com/?Page=page1

I would like to be able to use URLs like the following:
www.mysite.com/page1

I am using GoDaddy and have full access to my .htaccess file.  I have RewriteEngine On however, I do not know where to go next with this.

Thank you
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Question by:LouSch7
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arober11 earned 500 total points
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The following may be a good start:

RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} !-f
RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} !-d
RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} !-s
RewriteRule ^(.*)$  /index.php?Page=$1 [L]

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If you need an explanation of the rule the the following article  is a good place to start.
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by:LouSch7
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I have added that to my .htaccess file however, I am now receiving an error message that says it was unable to load missing.html.php.  I use the below code in my header file in order to determine what file to include in the body of the site.

<?php
	If ($_GET['Page'] == ''){
		$myPageTitle = 'home';
	} else {
		$myPageTitle = $_GET['Page'];
	}
	$Page = $myPageTitle . ".php";
?>

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And here is where the variable is used

<?php include $Page; ?>

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Any thoughts?
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by:arober11
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Not unless you provide the URL your trying to access and whether that file physically exists on the server, and in the specified location.
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by:LouSch7
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The solution was to get the URL instead of the page from the server variables. All seems to be working now, thank you!
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