I have just recently learned the practice of clean uri/urls, combined with ruby's string manipulation is a great way to pass open/ insensitive data. right now i have just one page, that controls my whole site, except for index files that just pass the directory that its located in to the one page that controls the whole site based on the url address. I find myself having to write scripts to make directories and copy the same index page over and over and over. I think a more elegant solution would be to handle any uri/url without having the directory structure below. Now I do know that maybe I'm posting in the wrong place and should be at the local web server forum, but it probably still has to do with some sort of apache/ruby based configuration? Maybe in the Add Handlers section? I tried searching some things, but I couldn't come up with the name of this design pattern, or which site I think used it. Thanks for any help, taelor
on 2007-08-01 01:09
on 2007-08-01 03:09
On 8/1/07, taelor <email@example.com> wrote: > > I think a more elegant solution would be to handle any uri/url without > having the directory structure below. > Take a look at your .htaccess file. You could easily set up some rewrite rules that redirect everything to a particular file. In your case, to your index page.