I'd like to set Apache up so that it behaves more like a "standard" webserver,
However, XAMPP (Apache) is set to parse the URL and treat everything after a colon as a port number
I'm trying to use double-colons in my URL's
and the same .htaccess files
http://domain.com/books/view/12345678 I'd like to have this: http://domain.com/book::12345678.
Wiedmann wrote:Which ".htaccess"?
Wiedmann wrote: So you want rewrite "http://domain.com/book::12345678" to "http://domain.com/books/view/12345678"?
Yes, but like I said, I'm using CakePHP,
Is there a log or something I can look at that will tell me what object is trying to be accessed when I get the 403?
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