[pmwiki-users] URL split and merge

123_dirk 123_dirk at web.de
Fri Dec 2 14:52:27 CST 2011

Am 01.12.2011 14:44, schrieb Peter Bowers:
> On Thu, Dec 1, 2011 at 12:43 PM, 123_dirk<123_dirk at web.de>  wrote:
>> the redirect is working but i can read the URL not as an clearURL.
>> The browser show  "http://localhost/webneu/pmwiki.php?n=En.Info"
>> but i need "http://localhost/webneu/En/Info.html".
> ...
>> /* Redirect browser */
>> header("Location: http://localhost/webneu/pmwiki.php?n=$result");
> If you redirect to http://localhost/webneu/pmwiki.php?n=$result then
> cleanurls never come into play at all.
> Cleanurls come into play when you go to
> http://localhost/webneu/$result and then that gets changed internally
> to the ?n=... format.
> Basically pmwiki (all PHP programs?) expects to be directed (via url)
> to a real file, a real script.  (Usually pmwiki.php)  Then options are
> passed to that script via the form ?a=x&b=y&c=z.  However, that is not
> as pleasant for humans to view -- we like to think of that Group.Page
> as being something real or tangible rather than just an option passed
> to a script.  So we like to say example.com/Group/Page.  CleanUrls
> simply documents a way to change example.com/Group/Page into
> example.com/pmwiki/pmwiki.php?n=Group.Page without troubling the user
> with these unpleasant details.  So you can still use the actual
> address (?n=Group.Page) and it won't be converted back -- cleanurls
> just looks at that and says, "already in the right form - ignore
> this."
> You want to change your header() line to something like this:
>> header("Location: http://localhost/webneu/$result");
> -Peter
Sorry but this can't work.

I would call myself again and not my page.

Ok, i can see now the right name of my page but thats all.

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