calvinmicklefinger - 12:17 pm on Jun 7, 2010 (gmt 0)
It looks good so far. I assume 0.php includes:
<?php HEADER "HTTP/1.1 404 Not Found"; ?>
0.php supplies the content that would be in index.php. I did that in lieu of a 404 as this site is nothing more than landing pages and squeeze pages.
I don't see how the code supplies a page for "example.com/" requests. That is when "i" is blank. You'll need to test for that.
In all instances, if there is no file "i," then 0.php is served as an include. 0.php is a generic squeeze page that pretty much says "Subscribe to my list." It appears to serve that include when "mysite.com" is called.
Thanks for your help in this, you were invaluable.