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the new standalone pages will have ".php" on the end of them
What's the "!f test?"
Is regular file.
Treats the TestString as a pathname and tests whether or not it exists, and is a regular file.
RewriteCond /some/file/path !-f
The only issue I can think of at present is that the new standalone pages will have ".php" on the end of them so I'd need to find a way of removing that?
lucy24 probably meant to type !-f
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