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I've first installed Pligg on a server with Apache and PHP 5.3.x and went everything fine.
Now I have a fresh install on a different server, with nginx and PHP 5.4.x
I run the troubleshooter.php and everything is fine, however, on submitting URL all the addresses that I've tried are rejected (URL is invalid or blocked).
And yes, I've set to False the option "Validate URL" so this is weird.
The only way to make it work is disabling the "isLink" regex check on submit.php
Could someone tell me what's wrong please?

UPDATE: Fixed, please close this, or delete please. Thanks

Possible Answers

    Are you installed Pligg CMS 2.0.2?

    Pligg 2.0.2 URL issue problem. Basic Fixing method.

    1. open submit.php

    2. line 197 - only remove the # (#$pattern)

    3. remove the line 198

    4. save

    Working fine

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    If you plan on using SEO URLs on a Varnish/Nginx server, here is a link to some code that we put together for's own /support area.

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    Thanks. I've seen some examples around the web, I'll try this one.

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    I did not find any submit.php file in my cpanel.

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    The submit file is part of the core files and is located in the root of where you installed Pligg CMS. /submit.php

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