2012-09-19 11:12



Hi I am using the following lines in my .htaccess file

Options +FollowSymLinks
RewriteEngine on
RewriteBase /coaster/CoasterInsider/
 RewriteRule signup$ index.php?page=signup [L,NC]
 RewriteRule login$ index.php?page=loginHandle [L,NC]
 RewriteRule u/(.*)$ index.php?page=profile&username=$1 [L,NC]

The path is getting redirected properly, but the css,flash and images are not loading. Also if I use the following '/' after any url say,

RewriteRule signup(/?)$ index.php?page=signup [L,NC]

It's not finding any page there, i.e. error 404. I just want my htaccess file to work for both /signup and /signup/

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  • dryb38654 dryb38654 9年前

    When browser displays:

    and encounters a relative URL such as:

    <img src="site/images/photo.png">

    It translates the relative URL to (respectively):

    You should use absolute URLs for assets. Make this a habit:

    <img src="/site/images/photo.png">

    Alternately you can use the HTML base tag in your pages which tells browsers how to treat relative URLs. Personally I do not recommend it.

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  • dongniaoli1822 dongniaoli1822 8年前

    This was advised to, and worked for me, place it inside the <head> tags in your html: <base href="/"> Again, it worked for me, I hope it helps someone else.

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  • dqzg62440 dqzg62440 9年前


    RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} !-f
    RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} !-d

    to exclude real files and directories from being rewritten.

    You could also add

    RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} !-l

    to do the same for symlinks.

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