index.php showing in Google Analytics (Installed w/CodeIgniter)
I have a site built with the CodeIgniter PHP framework. I have WordPress installed in a sub-directory (i.e. /articles).
In Google Analytics, the pages on WordPress are showing with an /index.php at the end of them. When I go to the pages with the /index.php at the end, I get a 404 page. However, when I drill down into analytics and see what keyword that page is ranking for and check it in Google, the page without the /index.php is indexed.
Does this have anything to do with CodeIgniter at all? Or is there another reason Google Analytics would be showing that /index.php at the end of WordPress posts?
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