Nginx rewrite help: SEO/Permalink
admin at agonija.eu
Sat Jan 30 14:59:06 MSK 2010
I think is better idea to make all requests into php file
fastcgi_param SCRIPT_FILENAME /www/xxx/index.php;
and, parse url with PHP. Use $_SERVER['REQUEST_URI'] for take URL.
Sorry for my poore english
On Sat, Jan 30, 2010 at 12:22 PM, Harish Sundararaj <tuxtoti at gmail.com>wrote:
> Hi All,
> I need to implement a SEO/permalink related rewrite rule on nginx. I'm not
> sure how i would do it.
> This is what I want:
> I have a list which is something like this:
> keyA : a1,a2
> keyB : b1,b2
> keyC : c1, c2
> KeyZ : z1,z2
> Now the access URL will be like this: --->
> This should translate to :--->
> The point here to note is I will not know the number of "key" terms that'll
> be present in the URL . In the above example I have 3 terms (keyB,keyD and
> keyK) ..But there could be any number of them.
> I have a couple of questions now:
> 1) I think i should use "set" to define the key list initially. Is this the
> right way? or should I be doing something else?
> 2) If I have a predefined number of keyterms in the URL i can use the $1,$2
> ...to match it. But if I don't know the number of terms that'll be present
> what should i be doing?
> It'll be great if someone can help me with this.
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