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I made a CNAME static.mysite.com and pointed it to www.mysite.com. This is basically to create a cookieless domain. Now I don't want anything other than javascript, css and pictures to be served from static.mysite.com. I almost wasted one hour figuring out what htaccess would suffice this. I've got the logic but I am not able to implement it.


Basically, if the HOST header has static in it, then allow only above-specified filetypes and give a 403 on the other pages.

If the HOST header doesn't contain 'static' in it, then its normal domain and should allow access to everything.


I hope I am clear.

Can you guys help me with this?

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