Then, you should configure Apache to serve the static content instead of
Webware. In the first case, you would need mod_rewrite, the second case
is straightforward, but you will need a redirect if the front page shall
be dynamic already.

We serve all our static content directly via Apache as it just reduces the number of requests into Webware and Apache is just really good at it :-)

We avoid using mod_rewrite by using absolute URLs for the static content: /images/whatever, /css/whatever, etc – as long as Apache can find the files everything is fine. It also helps that we are only running one web application so we can do whatever we need to the Apache server :)

Adam K
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