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  • What does rewritecond% { request _ filename } mean?

  • RewriteCond % {REQUEST_FILENAME} !-f RewriteCond % {REQUEST_FILENAME} !-d … means that if the file with the specified name in the browser doesn’t exist, or the directory in the browser doesn’t exist then procede to the rewrite rule below QReyes August 30, 2014, 10:42am #4

  • When to use rewritecond% { http _ host }?

  • #408 RewriteCond % {HTTP_HOST} !^www\. [NC] Note that this is a negated regex (denoted by the ! prefix). The goal of this rule is to redirect from the domain apex to the www subdomain.

  • Can a rewritecond precede a rewriterule directive?

  • The RewriteCond directive defines a rule condition. One or more RewriteCond can precede a RewriteRule directive. The following rule is then only used if both the current state of the URI matches its pattern, and if these conditions are met.

  • What are the backreferences of a rewritecond?

  • RewriteCond backreferences: These are backreferences of the form %N (0 <= N <= 9). %1 to %9 provide access to the grouped parts (again, in parentheses) of the pattern, from the last matched RewriteCond in the current set of conditions. %0 provides access to the whole string matched by that pattern.



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