another method using .htaccess files and Apache.
This is for Apache 1.3.x. Apache 2.0.x does it a little different.
On Thursday, June 6, 2002, at 04:11 PM, Chris Knipe wrote:
> apache rewrite rules can do this...
> They redirect Title?* to a server side file that looks like
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> From: "Randum Ian" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
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> Subject: [PHP] IMDb - How it works?
>> Hi there,
>> I am very interested in how the IMDb site works. For example:
>> http://uk.imdb.com is the basic URL
>> http://uk.imdb.com/Title?0068646 is the URL for a film (this example is
>> http://uk.imdb.com/Details?0068646 is the URL for the film details...
>> http://uk.imdb.com/Credits?0068646 is the URL for the film credits...
>> and so on.
>> How do they do this? do they have a page called "Title" and no variable
>> assigned? I think this would be a great way of linking if only I could
>> how it works. Any help much appreciated!
>> Randum Ian
>> DJ / Reviewer / Webmaster, DancePortal (UK) Limited
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