Hello! I am working on a site for a client which requires the implementation of an internal linking structure based on mod_rewrite URLs instead of the current dynamic URLs. Below is some project info. Current pages: homepage: [url removed, login to view] Vehicle list page : [url removed, login to view] Vehicle detail page example: [url removed, login to view] I would like the following: Dynamic Sitemap: -Create a sitemap page which will link to all pages on the site -Each of the main pages -Each of the vehicle pages --Organize these links under the main link for the “showroom” page in two columns. --Each of these links should display the vehicle name as the anchor text, the “title=” tag for the link should also include the vehicle name, and the “href=” should point to the mod_rewrite URL. -Add a link to [url removed, login to view] in the footer include file so that every page on the site will link to the sitemap. [url removed, login to view]: -Links on this page must point to the mod_rewrite URL --Each of the vehicle links --The paging links (next page, page #) Dynamic drop-down menu: -All links in this drop down menu must point to the mod_rewrite URL --these must point to the abolute URL, not relative. ---The current “view source” looks like: ----VALUE='43' ---It should look something like: ----VALUE='[url removed, login to view]' The mod_rewrite URLs that I refer to are URLs to the static URL translations for each of the actual dynamic URLs. I need someone that understands how mod_rewrite works in order to complete this project. If additional rules need to be defined on the mod_rewrite component that are not currently defined, I will put you in touch with my webserver administrator to communicate your needs, and he will reconfigure the component. Please let me know if you have any questions, or if I didn't make one of these points clear. I like to work with programmers that are very good at communicating their current progress and get things done in a timely manner. Thank you!