I have an interesting question.
On my Apache server, I want to go from https(ecure)://localhost to https(ecure):/localhost/x/
But I don't want x to show on the directory... I want it to be invisible so that I am looking at https(ecure)://localhost/ when I am in https(ecure)://localhost/x
How can I achieve this?
I've tried symbolic links, but those won't do..., I want to access http(-)://localhost without being redirected to http(-)://localhost/x.
If I'm not clear please let me know.
Let me explain to you my situation,
I am using horde/imp and I want to use it over ssl.
I have that setup the following way,
https takes you to ...htdocs/horde
and for some reason, I had to create aliases for horde directories in order to get the pages to display on ssl.
But this causes the user to be logged out, when he/she refreshes the page. It is very annoying...
I can "fix" this by the alias /horde/, but I don't want people to have to type it. I want them to go straight to https://localhost
to check their email, not localhost/horde.
I can't use virtual hosts because I am mycomputer.atsomedomain.com.
Any suggestions or advice will be greatly appreciated.