http://mywebsite.com/?view=yogurt&display=peach # OR (and it currently does this) http://www.mywebsite.com/?view=yogurt&display=peach
I want the url to look like the following, and if the query string is hit, I would like it to redirect to this sort of url:
http://mywebsite.com/yogurt/peach OR http://www.mywebsite.com/yogurt/peach
The values in 'view' and 'display' may be anything, and any query string after it may be interpreted literally, like this:
I would only like these rules to activate if the link begins with those query strings. This is to enforce that links such as /style/stylesheet.css keep their MIME type. Here's the only bit I've hacked together, all other attempts (for hours now) have failed.
# note: I don't want /app in the beginning. It's only there so the MIME types of other files are enforced. RewriteRule ^app/([^/]+)/([^/]+)/? /?view=$1&display=$2 [QSA]
This post has been edited by Misfit: 03 January 2013 - 11:01 AM