Pretty WordPress Permalinks on IIS

时间: 2011-10-04 / 分类: wordpress / 浏览次数: 2,610 views / 0个评论 发表评论

UPDATE 16.09.2009: I don’t update this script anymore, it might not work on newer versions of WordPress. An updated, more robust solution can be found at http://www.ikailo.com/94/url-modrewrite-workaround-iis-60/, go there if the solution below causes problems for your site.


I’ve been searching the web a bit for a way to make pretty permalinks work correctly on this site. The site is hosted on IIS so using mod_rewrite won’t work, and it’s on a shared server so the option of installing a mod_rewrite alternative for IIS won’t work either. I could get away with having almost pretty urls, with a index.php in them, like this: http://einaregilsson.com/index.php/2007/07/30/pretty-wordpress-permalinks-on-iis/ but I didn’t like it.


The Using Permalinks section on the WordPress page has a lot of info on this and it links to one solution that uses custom 404 pages to make this work but unfortunately I don’t think it’s a very good solution at all. What it does is parse the url from the 404 string, then re-implement all the rewrite url matching itself, make its own http request to the correct url, then write the data from that request into the response. It’s a good effort but it’s duplicating functionality already in WordPress and making a new http request for every page hit which I don’t like. After searching around some more I found another 404 page solution that is very simple and elegant. All you have to do is create a 404 page and put the following 4 lines in it:
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