I have a Web App stored in a directory
The PHP code is in an extra subdirectory on its own:
htdocs/webapp/php which is where the entry point for my web app (
htdocs/webapp/php has the following content, especially the
RewriteEngine On RewriteBase /app/php # page RewriteRule ^([a-zA-Z0-9_-]+)$ index.php?page=$1&subpage=home [QSA] # page+subpage RewriteRule ^([a-zA-Z0-9_-]+)/([a-zA-Z0-9_-]+)$ index.php?page=$1&subpage=$2 [QSA]
index.php contain links and stuff.
I would like to write links so that, e.g. going to the
login page would read in the HTML something like:
<base href="php/"/> ... <a href="login">Login</a>
With my current setup, I get the above link to point to
webapp/php/php/login instead of
How could I fix this using a
.htaccess directive? I suspect it has to do with the
RewriteBase rule, but omitting it produces the same behavior and providing the absolute path:
will trigger a 403 error.
Note that I need
because otherwise trying following different page will cause the links to "accumulate" pages, e.g.
will go to
webapp/php/page1/page2 if the link is followed from
page1, but I would like to get to
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