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  1. I'm going to create a web page with <iframe> tag & want that the src of <iframe> change as value of url in query string changes.i.e. mysite.com/?url=google.com then,src of <iframe> should google.com
  2. About a year ago I wrote a mod_rewrite in at sites htaccess file. It was to call a page that queried the database based on a unite code that was assigned to a member. If the member was assigned a code that was FL1001, the URL www.marketingteammates.com/FL1001 would bring up a page that quaried that member and displayed their database content. In the users table of the site, it quaried the field webPageID and the information was called. It called a page webpage.php that quaried the info. The URL in the address bar still displayed www.marketingteammates.com/FL1001. Here are the lines of code in the htaccess file. RewriteEngine on RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} !-f RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} !-d RewriteRule ^([A-Za-z])([A-Za-z])([0-9]+)$ /webpage.php?webPageID=$1$2$3 [NC,L] I now have a second page completely different from the webpage.php. It is a page storeNumber.php and would query a field storeNumberID. This field could contain any kind of string such as Store#101, or mystore101, or #101 is my store. I tried using the same rewite rule just replaceing the webpage.php and variable with storeNumber.php and $storeNumberID. This doesn't work. It also leads me to wonder if there can even be two different pages in the mod_rewrite. How would it diferentiate one from the other. Thanks for any help in advance. Mike
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