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    HTACCESS question

    I have a directory structure such as:
    /root/sub1/sub2/file.php

    My .htaccess file looks like:
    rewriteEngine On
    RewriteCond %{HTTPS} !=on
    RewriteRule ^sub1(.*) https://%{SERVER_NAME}/sub1$1 [R,L]

    This rewrites the access to /root/sub1/* as requiring https. This is great. However I have one exception.

    I have a file in sub2 that I do NOT want to be SSL protocol (https). How can I enable access to this one file via http without destroying my global https setting?

    I.e. /root/sub1/sub2/file1.php - stay http
    /root/sub1/* - require https

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    Well, PHP most commonly runs on Apache. A search of the archtives for 'htaccess' showed that most of the messages were in the PHP forum.

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    The way I dealt with this kind of problem was actually pretty poor, but it works. I have the reverse situation: one page in my docroot needs to be accessed by HTTPS. To do that, I just checked to see if the server port wasn't 443. If not, I used the location header to reset it.

    I guess that doesn't help you , but there it is.

    Umm... Sorry I couldn't solve your problem.

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    Thanks anyway....

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    Lee

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