rocknbil - 4:42 pm on Jun 7, 2010 (gmt 0)
Yeah, probably don't need to check for > 0 now that I'm seeing it roll out. :-)
Some things here . . . .
RewriteRule ^([A-Za-z0-9]+)$ /index.php?i=$1 [L]
So this will pipe almost everything to the domain root in a query string. Some examples that will wind up as i in $_GET
/phpinfo :-) (but your script will filter it out and point it to 0.php for an include, using is_numeric())
What WON't go to index.php,
A direct request to a domain root won't, but that will probably go to index.php by default if you don't have an index.htm(l). So again, 0.php
So I am presuming you are still only accepting requests for numeric URL's right? So you can make this more specific:
RewriteRule ^(\d+)$ /index.php?i=$1 [L]
\d and 0-9 are equivalent, and no need for a class. Just a bit of info, [A-Za-z] and either of those with a no case modifier are also equivalent:
RewriteRule ^([a-z]+)$ /index.php?i=$1 [NC,L]
Just a question, is this experimental or intended for a live site? The reason I ask is
Is not a real fruitful URL in terms of SEO and user experience, but
might be. But with what you've done so far, it wouldn't be too difficult to change tactics.