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Posted 12 Oct 2015I have two questions that both relate to each other.
1. Can I have more than one .htaccess file in my hosting server. For example, in the cpanel, if I go to filemanager and select one domain to view the files and it has an .htaccess file and then I go to my filemanager and click on a different domain, can I add an .htaccess file to that site to only affect that domain? The reason I ask is because when I first added on an additional domain to my hosting server, I had to do something to my original .htaccess file in order for that domain to even come up because it was redirecting the new site to the old one.
So recap, can I have an .htaccess file for each domain in my server.
you can have different .htaccess files in different directories, you can also have different directives within .htaccess per domain. You can also move your .htaccess rewrites into the vhost file for that domain.
2. When I originally created my .htaccess file, I was attempting to get rid of the .php
So is there a way to get this to work so that my forms will still work?
It's called clean url's & I've seen it done a lot cleaner than what you have there. When I see it, it's simply changing the display of the url int he address bar, so it should never change the way the site operates.
Posted 12 Oct 2015Seriously I post a sincere request
Both of you seem to be extrapolating from your assholes. I never claimed to be smarter than all the professors at all the schools. By the looks of it you are the arrogant one.
It's not my my fault the lot of you have misconstrued my words on the basis of your own overly proud egos.
yes, nothing more sincere then the above.
Why post if you are only going to put me down and not offer useful and relevant information?
I'm a working software developer - it even says so on my business card - without benefit of any CS degree,
I'm a developer without a degree.
This Q & A reads just like from your first post :
I never hear anything my teachers say, I just read the books and collect my 'A's.
If you have read this far, my bit of advice from my experience, the work of a developer/programmer requires more work with other people than working with code. Working with others appears to be your shortcoming. Not everything that you learn in school is going to be technical. Working with those whom are not as skilled as you, or not even technically skilled at all are situations you will need to learn to deal with. Judging by the way you are handling the responses here, you're going to have a difficult time in a development job, much less finding one.
Posted 11 Oct 2015I've always liked learning things the harder way
At least you already know why getting a job is going to be so hard. If doing it the hard way is what you are after, sounds like you're off to a great start.
I'm honestly at a loss as to why you posted here for help. The people helping you, you just tell them off. Best of luck!
Posted 9 Oct 2015You are calling the function declaration_list() from within itself, so I don't see how it's going to exit.
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