Great - I will try this as soon as I get a chance! I am not actually using WordPress, just playing around with it on a subdomain, seeing what I can learn, etc. On the site I linked I am using my own CMS. Thank you!
Intriguing effects. I tried two different .htaccess files, but neither had the impact I was looking for. I tested both on the URL http://www.digitalovertone.com/logue/00172/.
The first was placed in the "/" directory, and read:
RewriteRule ^/logue/([0-9] )/$ /logue/?postid=$1 [L]
and returned a 404.
The second was placed in "/logue" and read:
RewriteRule ^([0-9] )/$ /?postid=$1 [L]
and returned an unstyled version of the page accessed at http://www.digitalovertone.com/.
And now I am most confused.
RewriteRule ^([0-9] )/$ ./?postid=$1 [L]
The addition of the "." returns an unstyled version of the correct page. Any ideas how to get my CSS back?
Absolute paths, apparently, for all things not PHP. Changed the path to my CSS from "../styles/css.css" to "/styles/css.css" and we're golden. Did the same to my images, and that worked. Did the same to my PHP includes and...that didn't go over so well. I don't know why. I also don't know why I had to put it in the logue directory, but, really, at least it's working now.