MSIE does not support 404 ErrorDocument, that only works fine
with Netscape. Rewriting URLs is nasty when you have to mix
it with php script writing, this could be so much simpler with
a php script.
I know it's a tough question, anyone dares to beat the problem?
>From: Philip Hallstrom <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
>To: Enrique Vadillo <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
>CC: <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
>Subject: [PHP] Re: run a script for any HTTP request (was: run a script on
>access to a directory)
>Date: Fri, 7 Sep 2001 14:15:52 -0700 (PDT)
>What's wrong with rewriting urls? The other alternative is to make sure
>that none of the urls you are accessing actually exist and then setup an
>ErrorDocument handler which calls the php script of your choice... which
>can then do whatever you want...
>On Fri, 7 Sep 2001, Enrique Vadillo wrote:
> > That was a fine idea Doug, but what if we push the subject and
> > go a little further?
> > I am thinking now that i'd like to make it possible that for
> > ANY http request received by my Apache i'd like to have a php
> > script executed first, i.e.:
> > http://domain.com/
> > http://domain.com/anydir/anyfile
> > for any of those locations typed, i'd like to be able to
> > execute the php script. i know it's kinda weird but this is
> > what i'm really looking for. any ideas anyone?
> > Enrique-
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