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Ok I've seen urls like www.domain.com/title-of-page-blah-blah and i understand how to make the url with the dash.

My question is how to I set that on the index page? I know how to do that after a set a $GLOBALS['q']['view'] and get the page like 

www.domain.com/view/title-of-page-blah-blah but not without the "view" or wtv i would set it to. Please help.

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Your question doesn't make sense.

 

Your php app is most probably using mod_rewrite.

For example the url

     domain.com/view/title-of-page-blah-blah is actually being mapped to the following url domain.com/page.php?q=view&title=title-of-page-blah-blah You'd access view and title using $_GET['q] and $_GET['title] variable. Not $GLOBALS.

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What I do is rewrite every URL that is not an images/folder etc to index.php and use $_SERVER to look at the URL and decide how to route the request.

 

I've seen may people get into very deep doodoo trying to create a new rewrite for every different URL structure they have, especially when the original request also contained a parameter that you use in the rewrites.

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Ok i got a new problem regarding this same topic... 

 

I got everything working and I'm able to read off the the url with $_SERVER but now it's looking for a file on my server.  How do i make it not look for a file and just know that it's actually just data that i've injected into the url?

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I got everything working and I'm able to read off the the url with $_SERVER but now it's looking for a file on my server.

What is looking for a file? 

 

 

 

How do i make it not look for a file and just know that it's actually just data that i've injected into the url?

You need to apply logic for your script for to do that. 

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