PHP and paths location
|n/a||06/26/2005 03:44 pm|
|I`m currently downloading a PHP site, wich most of the time is a pain!
On the current site OE Pro puts most of the files in the root, wich eventually will be something like 36.000 files, when the prevent overload options isn`t enabled.
Links look like:
OE Pro downloads the actual zip file, and keeps the php, including all behind the "?", and puts it in the root.
Is there a way to tell OE Pro to make a zip folder, and a folder2 folder, so it can put the file in there. And the same for the image, and all other files?
|Oleg Chernavin||06/27/2005 06:31 am|
|Yes, you can use URL Substitites in the Properties | Advanced section to change filenames and folders as you wish.
|n/a||07/03/2005 03:26 pm|
|Great, almost works perfect.
I just don`t know how to interpret the following:
What`s the best way to put this in the URL substitues? When I do like:
/index.php?show=*&path=* => /**/*/index.php
it makes all seperate folders of all the thumbnails?!
|Oleg Chernavin||07/04/2005 06:45 am|
|OK. Change this to:
/index.php?show=*&path=* => /**-*-index.php
|n/a||07/05/2005 01:33 pm|
|Thanks, works fantastic!!
But what does the "-"exactly mean/do?
Furthermore, I have some links that contain 4 paramters:
I know it`s not possible for OEP to substitue 4 parts, but what do you think is the best way to handle this!
|Oleg Chernavin||07/09/2005 03:44 am|
|It simply separates two parameters with a "-" symbol in the output filenames.
Regarding 4 parameters. I plan to add it in future, but it will take some time, sorry.
|n/a||07/14/2005 06:35 pm|
|Ah, I see now. So eventually all files will be like /image.jpg-index.php or /movie.wmv-index.php.
I guess that`s the only solution?
|Oleg Chernavin||07/15/2005 02:45 am|
|You can add another rule that will process such converted URLs.