Pagination appended in GET var instead of within URL rewrite

phpBB SEO Premod for phpBB3 support forum.
This premodded version of phpBB3 includes the three different type of URL rewriting for phpBB3 by phpBB SEO. It comes with several other Search Engine Optimization mods installed.

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Pagination appended in GET var instead of within URL rewrite

Postby Thomas. » Fri Nov 22, 2013 8:31 pm

Hi all,

I've recently upgraded my phpBB SEO Premod install from 3.0.11 to 3.0.12.

Everything seems to be working correctly, except for pagination.
The page numbers below a topic title (in forum view) are linking to the topic with the "&start=" parameter appended to it, resulting in 404 errors.
For example:

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forum-name-f1/topic-title-t1.html&start=25


On my previous install, it used to insert the pagination within the URL rewrite.
For example:

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forum-name-f1/topic-title-t1-25.html


I have not changed anything in the configuration. I've even tried to clear the phpBB SEO cache in its entirety, and reconfigured it afterwards (with exactly the same settings which used to work). Without effect.

What could be the cause of this issue?

Thanks in advance!
Thomas.
 
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Re: Pagination appended in GET var instead of within URL rew

Postby HB » Sat Nov 23, 2013 11:06 pm

Odd, something got missed. I would check phpbb_seo_class.php is up-to-date. Also compare viewforum.php from the premod with your version. You should only find your changes, i.e., confirm that the phpBB-SEO specific changes are present.
Dan Kehn
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Re: Pagination appended in GET var instead of within URL rew

Postby Thomas. » Sat Nov 23, 2013 11:37 pm

Thanks for your reply HB :wink:

However, I have found the cause of the problem.
I had changed the default port setting in my ACP server settings (because of SSL, I initially thought it was necessary to set it to port 443. Obviously a logic error from my side, after all, 443 is the standard port when using SSL). So when I changed it back to default, it started functioning normally again. :)
Thomas.
 
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