Combined with the inversive "! But in theory, this is what URL rewriting provides: a complete separation.
The other available flag is "OR". Also, if you see the domain 'example. After this rewrite the webserver will return a result. Finally, the flags in square brackets, the same as with a RewriteRule.
For instance, if you have a Web page about horses named Xu8JuefAtua. Furthermore, your browser will remain at horses.
You can instead redirect any request to a non-existing page to your index. This is slightly problematic, because you could also visit reallyfasthorses.
Search engines will be redirected to the new domain and all related information will be moved to the new domain but this might take some time.