Background  I have php/js software (Piwik), which sets a cookie to track visits to the site.  Our site (ie; not Piwik) is setup so that all URLs (except for resources) are written back to /public/index.php.  This way, our users each get a unique URL,...
I'm trying to remove '.html' from files in my grunt web app.  http://testing.com/one/ should return index.html from that folder, but if there is no trailing slash (http://testing.com/one) it should check for one.html  The grunt-connect-re...
Let's say I have the following link:  www.blahblah.com/#!?page=index   How can I convert it to one of the following:   www.blahblah.com/#!/index (this one should be made with mod_rewrite) www.blahblah.com/ajax/index (still mod_rewrite, but #! rep...
I am making a web application with offline capabilities using a service worker generated by a Nodejs plugin called sw-precache. Everything works fine and I do have access to the html files or images offline.  But then, since you have no server-side l...
This is a new understanding of a question I posted previously:  I have a mod_rewrite snippet that finds out whether javascript, css, php files exist on the subdomain where they are called (e.g., subdomain.example.com).  If they don't exist, then...
For a single-page app, I have the following RewriteRule in my .htaccess file to direct all traffic to index.html so that a JS can parse the URL and fire controllers accordingly.    # html5 pushstate (history) support:   RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME...
I have a RewriteRule in my site and it's working fine but 1 part of my javascript doesn't work.  <a href="#" onClick="check('1')">Click</a>  <div id="1" style="padding: 5px; display: none;...
here is my htaccess file  RewriteEngine on RewriteCond %{HTTP_HOST} ^mysite.in$ RewriteRule ^/?$ "https\:\/\/www\.mysite\.in\/" [R=301,L]   RewriteRule \.(css|jpeg|gif|png|js|ico|img|chat)$ - [L] RewriteRule ^detail/(css|js|img)/(.*)?$ /$1/$2...
So I had this code in my HTACCESS which was great because it first removes the .php file extension from my pages if the visitor enters the page with the .php file extension, and then it allows the page to load without the extension. (So it's just...

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