Re: 404 status code

In my tests, the error page does return the proper error code without any alteration of error.php

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404 status code

  • 2009/3/17 12:37:32
  • m4d3l

in <root>/error.php after line 26, you can add

header("HTTP/1.1 404 Not Found");


to help crawler to know what are bad page to be remove from there index.

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Re: How Google Really Wants You to Optimize Your Site

Fantastic Article! I work as a link negotiator and SEO.

All SEO's love their jobs and are obsessed with what they do! And what we do is legit and innovative!
We work hard to reach our goals, and the fact that Super Power Google won't acknowledge how web Browsing works today and that SEO is ultimately needed to satisfy the user, is super Frustrating!

Global Delivery Model | Microsoft .NET outsourcing | Sharepoint outsourcing
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Re: How did I arrive here 2.0?

srmcatee, nice to read your story, and nice to see you like what you see here in this community! As you surely have already found out, we are a very active community and this is a project OF the community. So any suggestion you may have, any ways you can think we can improve the project, please say it out loud !

Cheers !

Marc-André Lanciault
Founder and CEO INBOX International inc.
Co-Founder ImpressCMS
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Re: How did I arrive here 2.0?

What other systems do you still use now?

Drupal.

Why do you use those others and what do they offer which you'd like to see in ImpressCMS?

The CCK + Views combination is unbeatable. The hooks are great too.

What 5 strengths are most important to you when choosing system

Possibilities. The costs and risks of a dead end while developing a site are not acceptable to me.
A great backend too. Given enough work, you can do a great forntend on any CMS, but what about the backend? Does it look good? Can my customers understand it?
Quality translations, easy to find. This is something iCMS still beats Drupal (in Spanish), and should keep the effort on this.

If you can't understand what I'm saying, you're not geek enough
ISegura.es
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How Google Really Wants You to Optimize Your Site

A Sitepoint article on how Google likes things:

http://www.sitepoint.com/blogs/2009/03/07/seo-for-google/

Worth rreading

If you can't understand what I'm saying, you're not geek enough
ISegura.es
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Re: site.com/content.php?page=XXX to site.com/XXX

Hey there!

already tried it without success before...

Any other ideas?

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Re: site.com/content.php?page=XXX to site.com/XXX

In addition to uncommenting that line, you also need to change "AllowOverride None" to "AllowOverride All" in your httpd.conf

Sublime Design Studios
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Re: site.com/content.php?page=XXX to site.com/XXX

Quote:


MrTheme wrote:
I am sorry - I copied the wrong line.


no problem ;)

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is that the line that you uncommented?


yes...this line was already uncommented

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what apache version are you running?


using Xampp I use following

Apache HTTPD 2.2.11 + Openssl 0.9.8i
MySQL 5.1.30
PHP 5.2.8

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There may be a call to AddModule mod_rewrite.c as well that you would have to have uncommented.


there isn't this call as well

All the rest should be fine...

I don't know further

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Re: site.com/content.php?page=XXX to site.com/XXX

  • 2009/2/13 9:13:24
  • Will

I am sorry - I copied the wrong line.

LoadModule rewrite_module modules/mod_rewrite.so

is that the line that you uncommented?

what apache version are you running?

There may be a call to AddModule mod_rewrite.c as well that you would have to have uncommented.

Then of course you need to make sure that the module is actually there.

more info:
http://httpd.apache.org/docs/2.2/mod/mod_rewrite.html

Also did you make sure that htaccess was enabled?

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Re: site.com/content.php?page=XXX to site.com/XXX

Hello!

thanks for the reply
I googled for this file but I can't get the "so" downloaded...
I find it nowhere so I could test it...

Do you know where to get it?

Thanks once again

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Re: site.com/content.php?page=XXX to site.com/XXX

  • 2009/2/12 10:42:38
  • Will

LoadModule auth_passthrough_module modules/mod_auth_passthrough.so

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Re: site.com/content.php?page=XXX to site.com/XXX

any ideas, plz?

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Re: site.com/content.php?page=XXX to site.com/XXX

Hello there!

the tips are really nice.

I'm trying to apply this rewrite using my localhost and xampp 1.7 (php 5.28) and I'm not getting any response from localhost on the changes.

I already checked over the loadmodule line under http.conf and uncommented it and restarted apache but I can't get it to run.

Anyone has tips on how to go over this?

Thanks

Eyekeeper

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Fulfilling needs builds stronger social networks

Recently, I wrote a post on the subject of Fulfilling needs builds stronger social networks that was featured on the Fire Horse Trail, a prominent SEO blog and Sphinn, the premier SEO/SMM social network. I'd like to share this with the community here as it introduces concepts that are important to consider when you are building your communities with ImpressCMS. The following is the introduction to the post.

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In a digital world where you are interconnected and inundated with messages and images, it’s important to identify and address the needs of those you are trying to network with, to be effective. When it comes to social networking, are you making the right connection with your audience, or are you simply broadcasting to the masses? Are you giving back to the collective whole or are you just taking what you can get? By understanding your audience and making lasting connections, you not only build a following, but you will also be delivering your message in a more meaningful way.



I hope you enjoy the information and consider your visitors needs when you build your communities.

JMorris (aka James Morris)
ImpressCMS Professional Services: INBOX International inc.
James Morris Online | Frolicking on the playground that is the Internet...
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Re: How did I arrive here?

I'll try not to ramble.

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1. What was the first CMS you used?


Microsoft Front Page , then Xoops 2.2.x.

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2. Why this? Why not others? What others did you check?


A long time ago I started working on Church Management software ~ 1997.

In 1999 I discovered Open Source and switched to a PHP based Church Management product called InfoCentral. Around 2003 I was reading a Christian Magazine that had an article describing these really cool things called CMS's and how they could revolutionize Church Website development. The article pointed to Xoops as a really great CMS example. I really liked the structure of the core and the ability to develop modules bases on a common framework.

Starting in 2004 I migrated the InfoCentral application into a Xoops Module and started the Open Source Church (OSC) project on SourceForge.

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3 - Describe your path from this CMS to iCMS. When did you move on, and why?


I have watched and waited for Xoops to merge the 2.2 and 2.0.x branches for three years or more. I started watching ImpressCMS in early 2008. By November I reached a conclusion that the community support was behind ImpressCMS and the clear roadmap really sold me on ImpressCMS's future. Not too mention the frequent releases and sticking to the roadmap and delivering on features and security enhancements.

The last few weeks I have been working through the ImpressCMS upgrade and have posted on the forum for support. I cannot say it enough the sense of community here and how everyone helps everyone else.

It's good to be icms

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Re: site.com/content.php?page=XXX to site.com/XXX

great tips, very helpful ... thank you.

online shop | ImpressCMS Blog
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Re: site.com/content.php?page=XXX to site.com/XXX

  • 2009/1/1 3:01:21
  • Reda

Thanks for your help

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Re: site.com/content.php?page=XXX to site.com/XXX

  • 2008/12/31 20:05:33
  • Will

odd - works fine for me. perhaps Proxy Throughput is conflicting with something on your server.

Anywho, glad you got a solution that works for you.

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Re: site.com/content.php?page=XXX to site.com/XXX

  • 2008/12/31 15:52:50
  • Reda

this code works perfectly for me :

RewriteEngine on RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} !-d RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} !-f RewriteRule ^content/(.*)/$ /content.php?page=$1 [L] RewriteRule ^content/(.*)$ /content.php?page=$1 [L]

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