1. CodeIgniter htaccess By Farinspace
This is the CI .htaccess file that I use for my CodeIgniter PHP projects (some of these CodeIgniter htaccess rules can be used for any project, keep reading). CodeIgniter uses mod_rewrite to route all requests to the CI front controller. I’ve made some additions in an attempt to canocalize some of the CodeIgniter URL end points. The key benefit of a canocalized URL is that your search engine page ranking (page juice) is not spread across several pages, but instead, targeted to a single page.
2. Codeigniter htaccess By Mahesh Chari
We are familiar with Codeigniter comes with optional SEF URLs, but we use non SEF urls in production or development version.
3. How do I write a .htaccess file to make CodeIgniters URL routing work? at StackOverFlow
The User Asks “I’m running a LAMP environment with CodeIgniter. I want to be able to use its URL pattern, like, http://localhost/controller/function/ID, but by default it has to be http://localhost/index.php/controller/function/ID. The user guide says that I need a .htaccess file to make the former style possible, and uses this as an example ……” Go to tutorial for more.
4. mod rewrite At CodeIgniter Wiki
This article explains how to take away “index.php” from your CI application URLs. However, it does NOT remove the need for Index.php, which is the CI front controller i.e. even though Index.php will not appear in the URL, it still needs to be present at the top level of your site (above the /system/ directory).
5. Quick & dirty: Dreamhost .htaccess Discussion at CodeIgniter Forums
I don’t know whether its the right place to post this, but wanted to share this to those newbies who face problem in hosting CI in dreamhost and can’t make the .htaccess work. Here goes the quick steps to follow for solving that
6. htaccess configuration – With CodeIgniter – A3M library at StackOverFlow
I downloaded a3m, it comes packaged with CI 1.7.2 but I went ahead and removed all of the files it needed to run and put them in my pre-existing installation. After going to the a3m controller on my site I received: Message: Undefined property: CI::$session
7. CodeIgniter URLs - CodeIgniter User Guide Version 1.7.3
By default, URLs in CodeIgniter are designed to be search-engine and human friendly. Rather than using the standard “query string” approach to URLs that is synonymous with dynamic systems, CodeIgniter uses a segment-based approach
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