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Problem with for phpBB SEO URL

Postby Crakinet » Thu Mar 10, 2011 7:19 am

Hi,

I have this problem long ago and can not find solution

when typing the URL of my site I place at the end of the URL / (slash) because otherwise I get Error 404
For example:
if I write crakinet.com/forum gives error 404
if I write crakinet.com/ forum/ entered correctly

how I can fix this?

Greetings and sorry for my English!
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Re: Problem with for phpBB SEO URL

Postby dcz » Thu Mar 10, 2011 9:52 am

mm strange, while http://crakinet.com/forum is a genuine 404, http://crakinet.com/forum/gallery is and as expected (usually it's the default behaviour, even without any url rewriting) 301 redirected to the same url with trailing slash.


So please post your .htaccess here (the one involved in the forum url rewriting) and also, it would be meaningful to test the same thing with another physical directory (for example test/) in your domain's root with a simple index.html file in it (can be empty).
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Re: Problem with for phpBB SEO URL

Postby Crakinet » Thu Mar 10, 2011 5:58 pm

Step here .htaccess
Something configured wrong so that does not redirect correctly.

Another thing I found is that if I delete a topic that was already indexed by Google, when someone wants to enter the URL get Error 404

htaccess.zip
.htaccess
(1.99 KiB) Downloaded 178 times


Thanks for responding quickly! :)
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Re: Problem with for phpBB SEO URL

Postby dcz » Fri Mar 11, 2011 8:07 am

For the deleted topic, the 404 is intended (and makes sense by the way).

For the .htaccess, try without this part :
Code: Select all
RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} -f
RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} -d
RewriteRule . - [L]


Could solve even though I'm not so sure it will, but you seem to be in a particular case (server side).
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