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how to handle static-looking address with php?

Josh CodeJosh Code Posts: 675Member

Is there a way of having a static-looking request like robots.txt, page.html, index.html, styles.css... handled using PHP?

The applications would include higher security by hiding the type of programming languages used by the web server. In the case of robots.txt, it can be very useful because robots.txt is a special address that can't be specified to be at any other address(ie. robots_txt.php).

I found something called something related called [link=]mod_rewrite[/link]. Have you heard about it? If you have, do you know if that can do what I was asking?

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