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5 months 3 days ago #47066 by Rollo Tomassi
Hallo,
gibt es eine Möglichkeit all diese dynamischen URLs in jomres loszuwerden? Ich habe überall dynamische und nicht Benutzerfreundliche URL Adressen im code, entsprechende Einstellungen in meinem joomla 3.8.x sind gemacht und korrekt, dennoch gibt es keine positive Änderungen.
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5 months 2 days ago #47069 by Vince Wooll

Is there a way to get rid of all these dynamic URLs in jomres? I have dynamic and non-user-friendly URL addresses everywhere in the code, corresponding settings in my joomla 3.8.x are made and correct, but there are no positive changes.


Jomres supports SEF urls, please ensure that you have renamed htaccess.txt to .htaccess and enabled the sef functionality in Joomla's global configuration.

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4 months 4 weeks ago #47080 by Rollo Tomassi
I did set allready all settings and have .htaccess file enabled.
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