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i have a problem with switching to seo2.
if i change to 2 he makes urls wrong.

he change
the submit news fro,

http://example.com/submit.php
to
http://example.com/submit/

and storyss from

http://example.com/story.php?title=exampleTitel

to

http://example.com/exampleTitel/

can you help me ?

Possible Answers

    make sure your .htaccess is not a text file type, save it in notepad as .htaccess (all file types) , it will probably have a blank file name but will be htaccess file type.

    | Posted 102 days ago | Permalink | Hide Replies

    Well the returned htaccess codes are supposed to fix the urls and such via Apache's htaccess rewrites so the seo friendly urls will work.

    I don't run seo urls but I had tried it once just to see the changes. It did seem to work but I chose a different route which precluded seo at the time and I never re-instituted them.

    Maybe you should try a refresh on that configuration page after you set it up.

    | Posted 110 days ago | Permalink | Hide Replies

    hi thx for reply

    of course i renamed htaccess.

    but thats the result ?

    but what code do i have to add?i dont see any code in code found at the bottom of the Admin > Manage > Categories page ?

    | Posted 111 days ago | Permalink | Hide Replies

    from the configuration - SEO Page......

    Note: You must rename htaccess.default to .htaccess AND add code found at the bottom of the Admin > Manage > Categories page to the .htaccess file

    | Posted 111 days ago | Permalink | Hide Replies

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