On Mon, 2009-09-21 at 15:20 +0530, Gaurav Kumar wrote: > I totally agree with this architecture. > > You are correct, I am just in the starting phase of the project and in > fact still need to define the architecture in detail. > > Now the question I asked in my last reply is still to be answered? > > Gaurav Kumar > OSWebstudio.Com > > On Mon, Sep 21, 2009 at 3:06 PM, Andrea Giammarchi > <an_...@hotmail.com> wrote: > > > > > > Question I was Asked by Andrea- "mod_reqrite or .htaccess is > the answer, but > > I wonder why you choose /user/username rather than > just /username a la > > twitter." > > > > I will be using many other aspects of my users something > like > > "/projects/username/"; "/gallery/username/". > > > well, it does not matter if this service is user based. > > /username/ #as user home page > /username/projects/ #as user projects > /username/gallery/ #as user gallery > /username/etc ... > > it's just a silly point but from user home page you isntantly > know if user exists and you instantly know subsections > > In your way you assume that there is a gallery for that user > while he could have created only projects, without galleries. > So one search failed, while to go in the user page I need to > digit /user/ before, not a big deal but we are in tinyurl and > bit.ly era > > Google Code put simply a /p/ as prefix plus the project name > plus subsection > > /p/myprojname/ > /p/myprojname/wiki > > since you are starting now, maybe you could consider this > semantic alternative, if it suits your requirements. > > Regards > > > > Thanks, > > > Ash > > > http://www.ashleysheridan.co.uk > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > ______________________________________________________________ > check out the rest of the Windows Live™. More than mail– > Windows Live™ goes way beyond your inbox. More than messages > For help with the mod_rewrite, a Google search never goes amiss, first result I found for 'mod_rewrite example' is http://www.workingwith.me.uk/articles/scripting/mod_rewrite . I looked at it quickly and it does cover what you need.
As for what you get as $_GET parameters, that's entirely up to you, and as you will see from the above link, it's fairly simple to mess about with. Thanks, Ash http://www.ashleysheridan.co.uk -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php