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I have a website where the use of mod_rewrite.
RewriteRule ^([^/]*)/([^/]*)\.html$ /?systemdomain=$1&page-slug=$2 [L,QSA]
can generate a url such as
and this work perfectly without issue.
The physical path of this is located at
Now here is the issue, if I have a url such as;
xyzdomain.com/ny-sample-lawfirm-11415/newdirectory I will get a 404 error even though newdirectory exists (/homepages/profiles/newdirectory)
I will need to get access to
all which generate a 404. Any way of resolving this via .htaccess.
not sure if i should be modifying the rewrite or add some type of redirection. any help would be appreciated
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