I have a semi-bespoke scenario, but one that works best for out environment sharing the code workload and accessibility (and version control).
We have a multisite that all abide by the same core styles, scripts, fonts, and images.
We converted those out of a parent theme into a mu-plugin as the plugin handles a lot more than those (activation, API functions, etc.)
Previously, we were using a standard Wordpress install and had
.htaccess doing the rewrite which was fine:
<IfModule mod_rewrite.c> ... # rewrites RewriteRule ^css/(.*) wp-content/mu-plugins/core/resources/css/$1 [QSA,L] RewriteRule ^font/(.*) wp-content/mu-plugins/core/resources/font/$1 [QSA,L] RewriteRule ^img/(.*) wp-content/mu-plugins/core/resources/img/$1 [QSA,L] RewriteRule ^js/(.*) wp-content/mu-plugins/core/resources/js/$1 [QSA,L] ... </IfModule>
But I was wondering is there a way to do this without having to edit the
.htaccess file? I looked into endpoints thinking I could get the files as:
http://domain.ltd/core/css/file.css http://domain.ltd/core/font/file.svg http://domain.ltd/core/img/file.img http://domain.ltd/core/js/file.js
The aim is that once you install the plugin you didn't have to worry about the
htaccess file the plugin itself handled the routing for the url and prettied.