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    Senior Member thuffner's Avatar
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    I currently have this set up for my website so that every *.php in the /bondstore directory points to its corresponding *.shtml file. I would like to "exempt" a few for this rule, and would like to create a .htaccess file to allow to upload .shtml files and show them.

    How would this be accomplished?
    BondMovies.com - "Nobody Does It Better."

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