If you want to allow public access to the JS, CSS, and Font directories inside the public folder and access them from a different URL, you can add the following code to your .htaccess file:
Options +Indexes Options +FollowSymLinks Options -MultiViews RewriteEngine On # Allow access to specific directories for all users RewriteRule ^assets/(js|css|fonts)/(.*)$ /public/$1/$2 [L]
In the code above, the "RewriteRule" directive allows access to the "js", "css", and "fonts" directories within the "assets" directory from a different URL. The code also enables directory listing and symbolic link following, disables content negotiation, and sets the RewriteEngine on to enable URL rewriting if necessary.
Please note that this code may not be suitable for all scenarios and you should exercise caution when editing the .htaccess file. It is also recommended that you test any changes thoroughly before making them live on your website.