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Hi, i need help to properly setup my routes, my index.php file is located
/public so if a user visits my site site becomes example.com/public but i am
finding it very difficult to route to other pages for instance if a user want to
go to the login i want my site to be viewed as example.com/login, i want to
know to do this.
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DocumentRootin Apache (or whatever webserver you use) to
publicfolder and then you can use router in normal way.
Thanks @dakur, I am already using public folder without any problem
but i do want to show public in the url when a user navigates to other
what i mean is i want public only to be visible in the landing page/example.com/public
but when a goes the login page and other pages i what the url to be example.com/login, example.com/terms
what's what i am talking about.
I hope you understand's me.
Thank once again.
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@chrystman No no, I'm talking about document root which is where
you're public web files (e.g.
index.php) are located on the
webserver's filesystem. This has nothing to do with routes. If you have your
web e.g. at
/var/www/myweb on the disc and you follow standard
Nette directory structure (which I recommend for security reasons), then
index.php sits inside of
www/ (or maybe
public/ in your case?) subfolder and your document root is
/var/www/myweb/public). As the
result, when you come to yourdomain.com, you will see your
The thing you are talking about are routes, which is a step further. It's a
mapping from URL to presenters. Having all of your code in one
index.php would be awfully chaotic so presenters are logical
subunits which you can split your code into (e.g. login, homepage, newsletter,
articles etc.). To know to which presenter should the request be directed, there
is a param in URL (
index.php?presenter=Homepage) and SimpleRouter
makes it work.
But as the URL is still awful, the router mapping also offers aliases (aka
nice SEO URL) where you can instruct that
/homepage will go to
index.php?presenter=Login etc. See
Route collection. That's where you define your
Last edited by dakur (2022-04-20 07:44)