WordPress Permalinks on a Namesco Zeus Server

I had a bit of a problem recently trying to convert a WordPress .htaccess file to a rewrite.script file for a Zeus server. My knowledge of the syntax for rewrite.script was non-existant so I tried the .htaccess converter provided in the Namesco admin.

This managed to get me part of the way there but the permalinks included “index.php” before the custom permalink setting.

Hunting around I found this blog post by Adam Christie in which he documents a rewrite.script for WordPress – and it works! I have provide the code below for your reference.

RULE_0_START:
# get the document root
map path into SCRATCH:DOCROOT from /
# initialize our variables
set SCRATCH:ORIG_URL = %
set SCRATCH:REQUEST_URI = %
 
# see if theres any queries in our URL
match URL into $ with ^(.*)\?(.*)$
if matched then
set SCRATCH:REQUEST_URI = $1
set SCRATCH:QUERY_STRING = $2
endif
RULE_0_END:
 
RULE_1_START:
# prepare to search for file, rewrite if its not found
set SCRATCH:REQUEST_FILENAME = %{SCRATCH:DOCROOT}
set SCRATCH:REQUEST_FILENAME . %{SCRATCH:REQUEST_URI}
 
# check to see if the file requested is an actual file or
# a directory with possibly an index.  don’t rewrite if so
look for file at %{SCRATCH:REQUEST_FILENAME}
if not exists then
look for dir at %{SCRATCH:REQUEST_FILENAME}
if not exists then
set URL = /index.php?q=%{SCRATCH:REQUEST_URI}
goto QSA_RULE_START
endif
endif
 
# if we made it here then its a file or dir and no rewrite
goto END
RULE_1_END:
 
QSA_RULE_START:
# append the query string if there was one originally
# the same as [QSA,L] for apache
match SCRATCH:ORIG_URL into % with \?(.*)$
if matched then
set URL = %&%{SCRATCH:QUERY_STRING}
endif
goto END
QSA_RULE_END:
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Ben Huson