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# rewritting url for replicated sites using htaccess

drr
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drr Published in 2018-01-10 19:19:02Z
 I'm having a problem rewriting the URL of a replicated site. a replicated site has this format: https://domainname/sitename so if you go into a subdirecotry in the system, url should look like this: https://domainname/sitename/sub1 What I've tried so far is doing this: RewriteCond %{REQUEST_URI} !^(.+)/index(.+)$RewriteRule ^(.+)/(.+)$ index.php?_route_=$2 [PT,L]  which solves this format: https://domainname/sitename/sub1. But after putting up that rule it no longer accepts this https://domainname/sitename any advice here? masterfloda 2# masterfloda Reply to 2018-01-10 22:37:14Z  The regex in your RewriteRule expects a string followed by a slash followed by a string, which won't match sitename. You can change the regex to check for characters until the first slash and then an optional string (including slashes) after that: RewriteRule ^[^/]+(/(.+))*$ index.php?_route_=$2 [PT,L]  See the explanation on regex101 The values for $_GET['_route_'] will be: https://domainname/sitename => (empty string) https://domainname/sitename/sub1 => sub1 https://domainname/sitename/sub1/sub2 => sub1/sub2 if you also want to pass the sitename, you need to put it in a capturing group, which will increase the group index: RewriteRule ^([^/]+)(/(.+))*$index.php?_site_=$1&_route_=\$3 [PT,L] 
Rich Bowen
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Rich Bowen Reply to 2018-01-11 15:12:38Z
 It is also recommended that you just replace that entire ruleset with FallbackResource /index.php  And then add the smarts to index.php to parse PATH_INFO This we'll be more efficient and customizable.
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