Author: Manuel Lemos
Updated on: 2022-12-08
Posted on: 2022-12-08
Package: PHP URL Rewrite
With easy-to-understand URLs, the users can decide if the pages may be interesting even before they click the links that point to the pages' URLs.
A good part of the PHP sites uses the Apache Web server with the mod_rewrite module to handle the access to the pages with those URLs to the actual PHP scripts that generate the response to the entrance to those pages.
The configuration of the Apache mod_rewrite module may not be easy to create because it requires a good understanding of mod_rewrite directives.
This package provides a simplification of the way the mod_rewrite configuration can be created.
It takes a Web site page URL and suggests several configuration formats that you can use to configure the Apache mod_write module for your site. You can use the configuration format that better suits your PHP application Web site URL structure.
About the PHP URL Rewrite Package
The basic purpose is: Generate Apache configuration to rewrite URLs
Here follows in more detail what it does:
This package can generate Apache configuration to rewrite URLs.
It can take a URL as a parameter and parses the URL to extract its parts.
The class can also generate Apache configuration to perform several types of URL rewriting that can be used by Web servers using Apache.
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