lucy24 - 12:03 am on Dec 12, 2012 (gmt 0)
Well, "parameter" is the key word, because I get the impression it isn't being read as a parameter (Query String in htaccess-speak).
What is your "real" page?
is not the name of an actual file on your actual server. The extension .html would come at the very end of any "real" filename. All the intervening / are directories and I really doubt you have a directory called something.html.
:: insert boilerplate about directory paths and the part of the URL up through "example.com" ::
So something is already being rewritten. You can't simply add another RewriteRule without knowing what the existing rules are and what they do. Otherwise it would be a simple matter of
and I can tell you right now that neither of those will work.