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salami1_1
Hi all,

I've been reading some info about htaccess redirecting and I would like to check if I understand it correct.

I'm building a new site and I want to accomplish the following:
site.com/en/somefile.php -> site.com/somefile.php?lanuage=en
site.com/fr/somethingelse.html -> site.com/somethingelse.html?language=fr
etc..

I have built the following:

CODE

Options +FollowSymlinks
RewriteEngine on
RewriteRule ^(.+)/(.+)\.(.+) $2\.$3\?Language=$1 [NC]


would this work? I'm not sure about the use of '$' the variables..
Also I've seen one example but that one used a lot of php code and htaccess code.. so that made me doubt if the above is possible.. just that simple, or that I am missing something.

thanks for the responses!

WBR
Steven
Darin McGrew
That looks right to me, but I haven't actually tried it.
salami1_1
well that is something smile.gif

I can't try it at the moment else I would have done that.. I sent it to main developer who does all the php etc .. he will put it online .. I jsut have to wait for that and see if it works

thnx
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