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  • Remove it? You didn’t explain why you had to add the index page.

    I was following the instructions on the permalink section in wordpress. If I remove it I get 500 server errors on the links. I’m wondering if there is another option available to me as I dont want to have index.php stuck in the middle of the URI like that.

    I was following the instructions on the permalink section in wordpress. If I remove it I get 500 server errors on the links. I’m wondering if there is another option available to me as I dont want to have index.php stuck in the middle of the URI like that.

    If you get 500 Server Errors when you remove the /index.php/ portion then you either don’t have access to the .htaccess file or your host hasn’t enabled mod_rewrite support in Apache.

    Using /index.php/ basically circumvents the use of those 2 things and allow you get “kinda” pertty URL’s..

    Regards

    Check this article on permalinks. I think it addresses your needs.

    Angsuman I’ve already read the above link and it doesn’t provide a solution to my question where I’m trying to avoid having /index.php/, unless of course creating a php.ini would do the trick?

    I really don’t want /index.php/

    NB – I’ve tried adding the php.ini file and it doesn’t alter anything

    Talking about mod_rewrite it is enabled on my server and I can manually alter the .htaccess files, maybe there is something I need to add into the .htaccess that is not being added correctly.

    Check with your host if they have mod_rewrite enabled and if you can use your own .htaccess…

    Hey everyone thanks helping out. I manually edited my .htaccess and found a line I had manually added to make a redirect, I deleted it and it’s working perfectly.

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