The .htaccess file is a powerful tool that allows you to configure settings on a per-directory basis for websites hosted on Apache servers. One of its most widely used capabilities is URL rewriting. In this article, we will explore how htaccess rewrites work and provide some examples. We will also delve deeper into more complex solutions to illustrate the full potential of this functionality.
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