Let's have a look at Example 1 - Redirect example.
However it could result into duplicated content problems when the same page content is accessible under different urls. Example 1 - Redirect from oldexample. Furthermore, your browser will remain at horses. Also, if you see the domain 'example. Remember the meaning of the dot?
They are comma-separated, and contained in square brackets. You should replace example. You can test the domain being requested, as with the above example, or you could test the browser being used, the referring URL commonly used to prevent hotlinkingthe user's IP address, or a variety of other things see the "server variables" section for an outline of how these work.
You shouldn't do the same with directories since this would exclude the rewrite behavior for existing directories.
Flags Flags are added to the end of a rewrite rule to tell Apache how to interpret and handle the rule. Next, open your.
The directory folder1 must exist and have content in it. This is what was intended. Exceptions and Special Cases Rewrite conditions can be tested in a few different ways - they do not need to be treated as regular expression patterns, although this is the most common way they are used.