I've some problems with the mod_rewrite rules. I wish to rewrite any request on
For instance once the request url is
www.example.com/dev/index.php, the response ought to be
www.example.com/dev/index.php, and not simply the url appears like it's in the root directory, but it's really while using
index.php from root directory.
I've attempted the mod_alias which works
RedirectMatch (^/dev/)(.*) http://www.example.com/$2
But it's difficult to use ip conditions with mod_alias, and so i still require a solution with mod_rewrite.
Would anybody share some understanding please? Thanks.
What about something similar to this?
RewriteRule ^dev/(.*)$ $1
This will have to maintain the main folder, or put on the main Apache configuration (not inshtaccess).
The typical rules about .htaccess redirects apply - including that
Options FollowSymLinks, and
AllowOverride FileInfo are incorporated somewhere. Full particulars at http://httpd.apache.org/docs/2.2/mod/mod_rewrite.html#rewriterule.