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    a problem about two salsh in post id "//"

    hi,
    my article's directory url was without post ID
    i found this code in core.php file

    PHP Code:
    $Article->url $Article->Category->url.$Article->urltitle.'.'.$this->db_settings['url_extension']; 
    and changed it to

    PHP Code:
    $Article->url $Article->Category->url.'/'.$Article->id.'/'.$Article->urltitle.'.'.$this->db_settings['url_extension']; 
    this mean that i added

    PHP Code:
    '/'.$Article->id.'/'
    after

    PHP Code:
    $Article->Category->url
    so, ID displayed but after two slash "//"

    example:
    http://sharemorearticles.info/misc//...vertising.html

    when i delet

    PHP Code:
    '/'
    that before

    PHP Code:
    $Article->id.'/'
    the url not work and give me the missage

    page can't be found

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    What is the code you currently have?

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    i have now the seconed code, please check the example

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    No. You said you deleted '/' from it. Is that second block including it or after you deleted it?

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    no,
    i delet it to test if will work or no, i find it not working and gives me the message "page can not be found", so i have to return it.
    now "/" already exist.
    the problem is how to remove it and keep the link working
    Last edited by yosri algharawy; 02-01-2012 at 09:58 PM.

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    It looks to me like this will work:
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    $Article->url $Article->Category->url $Article->id '/' $Article->urltitle '.' $this->db_settings['url_extension']; 

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    i placed your code but not work
    check now
    http://sharemorearticles.info/misc/2...vertising.html

    but it works with two slashs

    http://sharemorearticles.info/misc//...vertising.html

    i attached you the core file and the code folder Completely dividing to 3 partes
    Attached Files Attached Files

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    Are you sure its not your rewrite causing the problem?
    I really have no intention of going through 1.5MB of your code to find a single /. You'll need to work out whether this issue is a PHP one or a rewrite one. Multiple sequential /'s within a URL (except the scheme) will not cause a failure. I thought your issue was actually creating the url, but right now it sure stinks of your rewrite.


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