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I'm trying to enable friendly URLs. I'm using Polish language. Everything works fine, but when I click on a title of the story it gives me error page. I don't have this problem when friendly URLs are disabled. Here is link to my website: http://www.poczytne.pl

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    It looks like the story was submitted without a category selected, so it's not adding the category name to the friendly url. This could possibly be caused by the .htaccess missing, or not being renamed.

    Another misconfiguration I see is that your site is setup to use /out/ for all your links. You will want to change that back to false otherwise Google will not index your links correctly because they will all appear internal.

    | Posted 383 days ago | Permalink | Hide Replies

    Have you renamed the htaccess.default to .htaccess ?

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    Yes

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    It all sits in libs/utils.php. Just add polish/yourlanguage letters (CAPITAL ones also!) to the function remove_error_creating_chars($chars)

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    I forgot to mention, after doing so, REPLY and PERMALINK in comments should start working fine. I would also stronly recommend deleting all wrongly seo-friendlied Categories and moving all stories to freshly created ones. Otherwise older posts won't work properly.

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    But I'm not using a subdomain.

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    I renamed htaccess.default to .htaccess and chose category for the story. I still get the same error page.

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    Open the .htaccess file and follow the instructions for configuring a subdomain.

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    But I'm not using a subdomain.

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    Sorry I was confused with a similar support question. You're site looks like there is an issue with your modrewrite. I can see the category listed under the post title but it's linking directly back to your home page instead of the category page. This could be caused by an issue with your hosts configuration of Apache mod()rewrite. Who is your host? Have you googled around to see if they have known issues with modrewrite?

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    I set up other English site www.tylogy.com and everything works fine, even friendly URLs. I get only this problem with my Polish website.

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    Bluehost. I don't know anything about mod()rewrite. Should I edit it in someway? Or should I contact them for help with that?

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