can you give an example of what you want to have?
Old URL: ...
New URL ...
And how your folder structure on your server would look like?
Thank you for responding.
Here is the information that you requested:Old url would be:
means that a product and it's associated information is being displayed.productid=3217
is the product id for product called "yellow golf shirt".categorypath=111_142
consists of two categories. Category 111 is the parent category called "clothing". Category 142 is the child category called "men". New Url would be:
or it could be like this:New Url would be:
The New format of the url must replace the old url format of all links that appear in the content of a web page. Is it possible to rewrite all instances of urls in the body content of a website page using .htaccess rules?
In my research I have come across "mod_rewrite", "mod_proxy_html", "mod_substitute", and "mod_sed". I honestly do not know what is the best or only option to rewrite the urls that appear in the content of a web page.
I look forward to your response.