Hi, i have a question, Im currently got a caching system in place but it use php to utilize it

Im currently got a caching system in place but it use php to utilize it,

is their some way to direct a user to html cache file ie

www.domain.com/view.php?id={id}

would hidden redirect to:

www.domain.com/cache/{id}.html

not using any 304 directs **totally invisible…if you know what i mean
due to search engines being tricky about those things

*now this is the bit im thinking about::

if the {id}.html file does not exist

carry the request out as normal with the view.php script

for example with this script:

www.domain.com/view.php?id={id}

Thank you before hand.

Posted at Nginx Forum:
http://forum.nginx.org/read.php?2,218877,218877#msg-218877

its okay its alright, keep ur advice to urselfs respect

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http://forum.nginx.org/read.php?2,218877,219516#msg-219516

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