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thedude

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Hi gang.

I'm having this one annoying problem and not sure which file I should look for to fix it. I think this site is also having the same issue but for some reason it resolved it.

When I click on Comments last 48 hours this is the shortcut.
http://www.geeklog.net/article.php"/"20040831084634885#comments
But isn't it suppose to be "?" instead of "/"
http://www.geeklog.net/article.php"?"20040831084634885#comments

Where is it being defined so that I can fix it? Please advise..

The Dude
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Robin

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Quote by thedude:I'm having this one annoying problem and not sure which file I should look for to fix it. I think this site is also having the same issue but for some reason it resolved it.

Not sure but I reckon this "issue" is related to url rewriting setup in config.php
$_CONF['url_rewrite'] = false; // false = off, true = on
If it's false you get
?
if it's true you get
/
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thedude

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Hmm. I did change it per your suggestion to false and it's still giving me the same problem.

This surprise me that no one else is raising this as an issue. Granted it's a small bug but....?

Dirk.. Any comment? Please advise. Many thanks..

The Dude
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Quote by thedude: Dirk.. Any comment? Please advise. Many thanks..

Robin already pointed you in the right direction. When Geeklog's URL rewriting is on, the URLs you are seeing are normal - this is exactly what this feature is all about.

With URL rewriting:
http://www.geeklog.net/article.php/20040831084634885#comments

Without URL rewriting:
http://www.geeklog.net/article.php/article.php?story=20040831084634885#comments

Chose what you prefer ...

bye, Dirk
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thedude

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My bad. Thanks Robin and Dirk.

I forgot to clear the my webbrowser cache after I changed it and that's what cause the / or ? not to change.

Many thanks again..

The Dude
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