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  • (i have switched to a new discussion title for future references and search)


    NoWhereMan 12:03AM

    looks like that URL is broken http://www.donatiello.info/blog/index.php/2013/03/20/how-could-humanity-allow-civil-wars/




    Dear Friends,

    i am afraid the [Read more ...] links is broken ... maybe someone more expert by reading the link itself and how it is made maybe he could guess where is the problem ... it brings here

  • as I've said, the same happens if you take out the # fragment out of the url

    http://www.donatiello.info/blog/index.php/2013/03/20/how-could-humanity-allow-civil-wars/

    from what you can read here
    http://stackoverflow.com/a/14578219/7849

    your best option (in my mind) is for you to choose the "HTTP Get" preset in the PrettyURLs config panel.

    HTH


  • from what you can read here
    http://stackoverflow.com/a/14578219/7849

    your best option (in my mind) is for you to choose the "HTTP Get" preset in the PrettyURLs config panel.

    WOW!

    i have read the above link, way to complex for a normal preson ...

    however i took the shortcut you have suggested and choose "HTTP Get" ... everything works fine

    i am impressed by your expertise and assistance

    many thanks 

    Vito

    (mi sembra di aver capito che dipenda dal webserver, io sono su Aruba Linux Hosting)
  • dipende dal fatto che stanno usando la versione CGI di PHP
  • Does anybody know, how I can use the readmore plugin with a expand/collapse function?
  • Hi, do you mean a javascript read more?
  • I guess so, don't remember ;-).
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