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Resizing images when using .htaccess to create search engine friendly URLs

Thread began 5/20/2016 4:30 am by jon211112 | Last modified 5/20/2016 1:19 pm by Ray Borduin | 41 views | 1 replies |

jon211112

Resizing images when using .htaccess to create search engine friendly URLs

Hi there

I've changed a website to use search engine friendly urls instead of the usual ?id=1 and achieve this via a .htaccess file. However, it's messing up the file paths so image resizing isn't working. Has anyone else come across this issue? How did you overcome it?

Cheers

Jon

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

Do you have a sample url? Sometimes the solution is to use the <base> tag in your header in order to tell the browser the true url of the page so that it can properly link to css and images. Something like:
<base href="http://www.yourdomain.com/actualpathtopage.php">

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