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Cristiano

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  1. I'm not sure whether to use the include method or an index link inside each page (but probably the latter). Anyway, thanks to both of you.
  2. It's well beyond my current skill level.
  3. I created the site http://cristianopi.altervista.org/as_old/ and the file .htaccess: RewriteEngine on RewriteCond %{REQUEST_URI} !^as_old/index.html$ RewriteCond %{REQUEST_URI} !\.(gif|jpe?g|png|css|js)$ RewriteRule .* /as_old/index.html [L,R=302] but when I click a link on the index page, the index page itself is loaded into the iframe (instead of the page in the link).
  4. Suppose that someone, after a search on google, finds the link: http://cristianopi.altervista.org/as/pred_irnss-1h.html. If he clicks the link, the page is loaded but he doesn't see the index, but he could be also interested in the other pages. For that reason I need to automatically load also the index.html page.
  5. I created this lean and mean site: http://cristianopi.altervista.org/as/ If a visitor load any page other than index.html, the index is not loaded; I want that the index is always loaded. I can put a link to the index in each page, but is there a better way to do that?
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