Hi I've got a site where Let me convert the very first subfolder right into a parameter (from the set listing of subfolders), so

http://localhost/mysite/folder1/dosomething.php

is displayed as proven above, but to PHP it appears like:

... localhost/mysite/dosomething.php?organisation=folder1

I only have to do that on certain folders (i.e. not ... localhost/mysite/admin/ for instance) and I have to consider the truth that there might be parameters appended towards the URL

I am developing a site for multiple organisations to make use of, and in line with the organisation, colours etc within the site will have to be different, but each organisation is going to be utilizing the same pages, and also the client wants the organisation shortcode within the URL. I figured the easiest method to do this is with mod_rewrite.

I have attempted:

rewriterule ^folder1/(.*) $1&organisation=folder1 [NC]

but this does not work or handle the very fact there may be parameters connected to the URL. Can anybody suggest a method to do that?

Xox and thank you

According to your feedback:

Hmm I can not get this work. Inshtaccess I've Options +FollowSymLinks RewriteEngine on RewriteRule ^folder1/(.*) $1&organisation=folder1 [NC,QSA]

Basically browse ... server/sitename/folder1/destination.php I recieve a webpage not found error, and also the htaccess debug log states:

(3) [perdir /var/www/sitename/] add path info postfix: /var/www/sitename/folder1 -> /var/www/sitename/folder1/destination.php (3) [perdir /var/www/sitename/] strip per-dir prefix: /var/www/sitename/folder1/destination.php -> folder1/destination.php (3) [perdir /var/www/sitename/] using pattern '^folder1/(.*)' to uri 'folder1/destination.php' (2) [perdir /var/www/sitename/] rewrite 'folder1/destination.php' -> 'destination.php&organisation=folder1' (3) [perdir /var/www/sitename/] add per-dir prefix: destination.php&organisation=folder1 -> /var/www/sitename/destination.php&organisation=folder1 (2) [perdir /var/www/sitename/] strip document_root prefix: /var/www/sitename/destination.php&organisation=folder1 -> /sitename/destination.php&organisation=folder1 (1) [perdir /var/www/sitename/] internal redirect with /sitename/destination.php&organisation=folder1 [INTERNAL REDIRECT] (3) [perdir /var/www/sitename/] strip per-dir prefix: /var/www/sitename/destination.php&organisation=folder1 -> destination.php&organisation=folder1 (3) [perdir /var/www/sitename/] using pattern '^folder1/(.*)' to uri 'destination.php&organisation=folder1' (1) [perdir /var/www/sitename/] go through /var/www/sitename/destination.php&organisation=folder1

To append parameters towards the query string (rather than changing them) make use of the QSA flag:

RewriteRule ^folder1/(.*) $1&organisation=folder1 [NC,QSA]

"This flag forces the rewrite engine to append a question string area of the substitution string towards the existing string, rather than changing it. Make use of this when you wish to include more data towards the query string using a rewrite rule."

See Apache documentation for mod_rewrite.

I recommend

RewriteRule ^folder1/(.*)?(.*) $1?organisation=folder1&$2 [NC]
RewriteRule ^folder1/(.*) $1?organisation=folder1 [NC]

I suspect somebody that is a little niftier with RegExs could mix these into one rule tho

Also make certain you've mod rewrite switched on by getting

RewriteEngine on

over the rewrite rules inside your .htaccess