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  • Problem in Archive links !

    Hello

    The Archive links in my Forum were like this
    http://www.6abib.com/ask/archive/index.php/f-6.html

    but suddenly it's changed and comming like this
    http://www.6abib.com/ask/archive/index.php?f-6.html

    I cantacted the Host provider, they said everything is working ok & the PHP is running as apache moudle

    I re-upgraded maytimes & removed all hacks & plugins

    please help me to solve this problem

    Thanks alot
    Last edited by farhan2004; Wed 15th Feb '06, 11:11pm.

  • #2
    This looks like you had a rewrite rule of some kind active (.htaccess???) or some SEO hack installed previously.
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    • #3
      Yes i have Mod_rewrite rule in the main directory of my domain (not placed in forum directory), i am using it for other kind of articles (not used for forum)+ for error pages

      here is the rule

      PHP Code:
      ErrorDocument 401 /error/error.php?401
      ErrorDocument 403 
      /error/error.php?403
      ErrorDocument 404 
      /error/error.php?404
      ErrorDocument 500 
      /error/error.php?500
      Options 
      +FollowSymLinks
      RewriteEngine on
      RewriteRule a
      -(.*)\.htm$ /articles.php?id=$1
      RewriteRule t
      -p-(.*)-(.*)\.htm$ /articles.php?topic=$1&offset=$2
      RewriteRule t
      -(.*)\.htm$ /articles.php?topic=$1
      RewriteRule n
      -(.*)\.htm$ /print.php?id=$1
      RewriteRule com
      -(.*)\.htm$ /comments.php?comments=$
      i made the above rule to convert more than 950 articles from .PHP to .HTML extention
      Does this rule make conflict with forum archive ?
      Last edited by farhan2004; Thu 16th Feb '06, 12:32am.

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      • #4
        Sorry i am no expert on rewrite rules, i don't really see how it could have this effect. You could however temporary rename or empty your .htaccess to see what effect it has.

        PS Did you recently remove something from your .htaccess?
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        • #5
          Code:
          ErrorDocument 401 /error/error.php?401
          ErrorDocument 403 /error/error.php?403
          ErrorDocument 404 /error/error.php?404
          ErrorDocument 500 /error/error.php?500
          Options +Indexes
          Options +FollowSymlinks
          RewriteEngine on
          RewriteBase /
          RewriteRule t\-p\-([^.]+)\-([^.]+)\.htm$ articles.php?topic=$1&offset=$2 [L]
          RewriteRule a\-([^.]+)\.htm$ articles.php?id=$1 [L]
          RewriteRule t\-([^.]+)\.htm$ articles.php?topic=$1 [L]
          RewriteRule n\-([^.]+)\.htm$ print.php?id=$1 [L]
          RewriteRule com\-([^.]+)\.htm$ comments.php?comments=$1 [L]
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