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Handling tokens in url?
I have a question on if and how I can do the following rewrite.
Lets say the user enters:
And I want to redirect it to:
So basically I want to tokenize on "_" and then split each token by the "-" and then create query string parms out of the elements.
I want to make it handle X number of tokens, so it should also be able to handle:
How can I do this?
I have url done like
Then split up $_SERVER['PATH_INFO'] on the slashes to get the pieces.
If you do that, there is no mod_rewrite needed.
At least with my setup, it knows display_page.php is a php program and /testhtml/pk-32/jg-55/psd-92.html is a PATH_INFO.
( note: $_SERVER['PATH_INFO'] still had not been documented )
Well, I guess I could do something similar to that, but I really prefer to use mod rewrite so that all of my query parms show up in the php $_REQUEST object.
Anyone know how I can do this with mod_rewrite?
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