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About VitaminD3

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  1. May as well post the best solution to this... You need to create a .htaccess file in the root of your webserver (i.e. /var/www/html/). Note the "." at the start of the file name - Windows users will have to use an FTP client or similar to rename the file. Inside the file put: RewriteEngine OnRewriteRule ^sig\.png sig.phpThis means when example.com/sig.png is loaded, the server will request sig.php instead, so your PHP script should output the correct headers: header('Content-Type: image/png');You can also take this a step further and use regular expressions to match strings and patterns and can pass parameters to your PHP script: RewriteEngine OnRewriteRule ^sig/(.+?)\.png sig.php?user=$1This will make example.com/sig/VitaminD3.png load the script sig.php?user=VitaminD3