Clean URIs *without* PHP, Part Three

Half a year ago, I wrote two short guides on how to use PHP to get "clean resource identifiers" for your website. A "clean" address, in this case was considered a sensible, short and memorable name that could be easily printed on paper or dictated, which did not depend on the location of the files and which (importantly) did not have a file extension like .php or .html.

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Clean URI schemes using mod_rewrite and PHP (Part one)

I recently read an article over at, titled Choose URIs Wisely. The gist of it is that web addresses should be concise, easy to spell and remember, and be persistent even when the site is reorganized.

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