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  • Hello,

    It seems search engines like google are trying to view my categories with index.php on the end. Well that gives a 404 at the moment. 🙁

    One should acess catgories via for example:

    /public_html/category/hotstream/

    404 Example:

    File does not exsist:

    /public_html/category/linux/index.php
    /public_html/category/uncategorized/index.php
    /public_html/category/home_grown/index.php
    /public_html/category/hotstream/index.php

    I have no idea why the search engines assume index.php …

    Anyways I’m looking for a mod rewrite rule so the search engines can still use index.php on the end of categories.

    So then one can access categories using both of these:

    /public_html/category/hotstream/

    /public_html/category/hotstream/index.php

    Thanks a lot,

    Will

    Update:

    Just relized I am getting 404s like this too:

    /public_html/category/windows-microsoft-news/page/1/index.ph

    So I need to be able to use index.php with pages as well. Thanks!

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  • Bumping once.

    Really need to figure this out.

    Google is screwing up when crawling my site. Lots of https errors. Because its adding index.php to the end of eveything. 🙁

    Thanks,

    Will

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