RewriteRule ^three_star_hotels "http://www.mysite.com/scripts/hotel_search.php?h_rating=3&submit=Submit&title=Three Star Hotels" [L]
So for example when someone types in [a href=\"http://www.mysite.com/three_star_hotels\" target=\"_blank\"]www.mysite.com/three_star_hotels[/a] they go to that page.
Now since the database is growing, and there are for example 20 three star hotels, I need to split them into two pages. The resulting PHP query addess for page 2 is:
http://www.mysite.com/scripts/hotel_search.php?h_rating=3&submit=Submit&title=Three Star Hotels Page 2&resultpageno=2
Now I need to implement this into htaccess so that going to [a href=\"http://www.mysite.com/three_star_hotels/page2\" target=\"_blank\"]www.mysite.com/three_star_hotels/page2[/a] will take the user to that page.
There are of course several categories, so what I need is a general line of code that will take the previous rule into account and just add &resultpageno=x to the page query.
Does anyone know how to do this?