I have a drupal installation [url removed, login to view] in root directory using apache2. I have attached my .htaccess file and default sites-available file from etc/apache2/sites-available. It seems like they are only defaults.
We are redoing entire website and drupal will be eventually not be used. For short period of time, we need to serve static pages for default site links like [url removed, login to view], [url removed, login to view], [url removed, login to view], [url removed, login to view] that are not currently in drupal but also be able to keep our drupal site for logged in users. We do not want to redo all of drupal views/ or files etc. Instead we just want to change so that static pages are viewed for anonymous users and the drupal pages will need to be fully available for logged in users. We will also be using drupal for backend of our system so in [url removed, login to view] there will be a form to login so drupal must still be able to work.
I need you to specifically tell me how to modify my site which probably includes .htaccess or virtualhosts or both so that it works. Basically, I need to have static pages not managed by drupal that can be viewed. I assume they will need to be in some other directory. URL dns record points to Amazon AWS elastic IP which points to a running instance which is ubuntu 10.04 with custom stack.
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Hi, You need to do only a small thing: since everything is handled by [url removed, login to view] in Drupal, You only need to set the default file to [url removed, login to view] and make the [url removed, login to view] as Your new site's first loading page. Drupal only Thêm