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Hello everyone, I have just completed migrating from GoDaddy to DreamHost and I must say, I am very impressed with all the features. However my site is acting slightly differently, and I wanted to ask you a few questions about apache server setup,I have a .htaccess file for mod_rewrite, but it's not doing the same as it did on the GoDaddy server, so I think some other default setup on DreamHost server is causing it to act differently, for example, I want to redirect my domain.com to www.domain.comon GoDaddy this was fine, but on DreamHost, I am getting the index.php added on the end of the url, Also I have a rewrite for: www.domain.com/somesection => www.domain.com/somesection.htmland on DreamHost, it redirects to this file and displays the extension, there are a few other things similar, what setting should I override to avoid this behavior ?here is an except from my htaccess:

Options -MultiviewsOptions +FollowSymlinksRewriteEngine onRewriteCond %{HTTP_HOST} ^http://mydomain.com$RewriteRule /?(.*) http://www.mydomain.com/$1 [R=301,L]RewriteRule ^(.*)\.html$ http://www.mydomain..com/$1.php [nc]RewriteRule ^somesection/$ /somesection [R]RewriteRule ^somesection$ /somesection.html

It looks like the problem is this line:

RewriteRule ^(.*)\.html$ http://www.mydomain..com/$1.php [nc]

It seems to be redirecting me to the php file rather then just loading it and leaving .html in the url bar...

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