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HTACCESS Friendly URL doesnt work

Thread began 8/15/2014 2:19 am by Christopher West | Last modified 8/19/2014 10:09 am by Christopher West | 1072 views | 18 replies

Christopher WestCommunity Expert

Hello Craig. Yes I be interested in how you do it :) By the way, very nice website you done there :)

I think my mind is ready to explode, im also looking into expire headers and etag for htaccess, and they dont work either. Im wondering if my shared hosting has disabled that functionality (1and1). Having a few issues at the moment with its integrated CDN (using www.cloudflare.com) I think what had happened is it cached my site with bad htacess code and messed up the CSS, so had to deactivate it and see if the cache flushes out, and start over lol).

Also I was looking into php (rather than htaccess) versions of expire headers and etag setup? Any one had any luck there?

Also as Jason pointed out earlier, I did get the SEO friendly URL working for my categories if I manually enter the address into the browser it works.....So would I now need to go through my entire site code and where there was originally the code as below:

To test click on one of the category links on the footer of the website to see it in action. I havent changed any recordsets or added any other code...so wonder if I need to to prevent any future issues?

<a href="../category.php?Categories=<?php echo $row_Catg['CategoryLink']; ?>"><?php echo $row_Catg['CategoryName']; ?></a>



would I need to change it to:

<a href="../<?php echo $row_Catg['CategoryLink']; ?>"><?php echo $row_Catg['CategoryName']; ?></a>



Im a little worried changing any link in my website code to the above in case I am missing something that may cause an issue later on?

However I used the exact same method for products: as follows:

Options +FollowSymlinks
Options -Multiviews
RewriteRule ^([^/.]+)/?$ /category.php?Categories=$1 [NC]
RewriteRule ^([^/.]+)/?$ /product.php?Product=$1 [NC]




if I were to navigate manually to a product (as i havent updated the sitewide links yet:

for example enter this URL: http://www.dinkyfingerprintjewellery.co.uk/Christmas-Tree

I get this error message and its relating to the category.php file rather than the product.php file?

Warning: mysql_data_seek(): Offset 0 is invalid for MySQL result index 25 (or the query data is unbuffered) in /homepages/41/d416416140/htdocs/category.php on line 81

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