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  1. FWR Media, I finally put a warning on the other contribution at http://addons.oscommerce.com/info/2796 I left a note to to direct members to use your contribution instead. Good luck in all you do, Google Junky
  2. RewriteBase /sosc/catalog/ Do you see the red / at the end that I have added above? It belongs there. You should try using it. If you want more help with htaccess you should go to http://forum.modrewrite.com
  3. prafulkr: Which contribution are you using? You have left comments in the "Ultimate SEO Urls" thread and in the "Search Engine Friendly Urls" thread. I'm not sure you realize that they are not the same.
  4. prafulkr: You are showing .htaccess information from two totally different contributions. They are not interchangeable. Your RewriteBase(if your starting point is really catalog) You have RewriteBase /catalog/ Should be RewriteBase /catalog
  5. it won't function without a htaccess file try commenting out the following line and see if that helps # Options +FollowSymLinks
  6. it is very hard to follow if you have the original working yet. You have made multiple posts of different problems. have you resolved any of them? Do you have it working the way it was intended, followed the instructions and included every file that was supposed to be used?
  7. I totally admit I know squat about iis. The best help I was going to be able to offer on this was searching Google for the same problem.
  8. The url you gave is on your local machine and not on the web 192.168.x.x is an assigned url on your network. Do you have anything that be viewed online?
  9. albossum, I'm assuming you asked permission from FWR Media to add something to the contribution page? FWR Media wrote: "Please do not add packages here or I will cease support". That is the message on the contribution page that you seemed to have missed. Your inability to set up your site correctly doesn't mean that you should change code and add contributions. The contribution already works the way it was intended to work. Your new addition needs to be taken off of the page before a newcomer has the mishap of believing it is actually needed. No person in their right mind would have customers browse a whole site in https. FWR Media and myself are not forum buddies nor does it matter to me whether we ever would be. All I know is that this would irritate to hell out of me if someone touched code that was already perfect the way it was and someone took it upon themselves to screw it up. Thanks, Google Junky
  10. My quote saying "Has this been before?" I meant to say "Has this been discussed before?" and is there a solution
  11. Everything went perfect when I finished installing this great contribution. I had no problems at all. There is one thing that I would like to get fixed though. Some of my product descriptions use quotes in them for displaying an inch sign. as in 12" When the meta description is produced it stops at the quote and won't finish the description. Has this been before? or is there a quick fix for this? Would I be correct to assume that a stripslashes fix would need to be made or am I off a bit here? Thanks, Google Junky
  12. Tony are you running your own server or are you on a hosting plan? I'll start by saying that I know nothing about IIS other than what I have read. The consensus of my reading mostly said get another host and get off of IIS. Yes, it has something to do with the htaccess file. Do a search on Google for this site:forums.oscommerce.com IISPassword for Internet Information Services and see what you think you need to do according to others responses Google Junky
  13. Hello again FWR Media, I'm not sure if you had seen my previous post, but I did manage to finally get rid of the oscid in the urls. I don't want to corrupt your thread, but I thought I would offer what I had to do to make this happen anyway. In my case I only use osCommerce as a shell and then allow checkout through securenetshop. So the oscid wasn't needed in my case. I have no use for sessions in osCommerce. It was just in the way and produced junk duplicated pages on my site. Line 758 in includes/classes/seo.class.php ( I delete this block of code) case (!isset($_SESSION['customer_id']) && defined('ENABLE_PAGE_CACHE') && ENABLE_PAGE_CACHE == 'true' && class_exists('page_cache')): $return = $link . $separator . '<osCsid>'; break; case ($this->not_null($_sid)): $return = $link . $separator . tep_output_string($_sid); break; I'm not sure it was ideal for me to delete the whole block, but it is functioning as intended. Any points you would like to make about the code I deleted would be great. Otherwise I'll assume that I did the correct thing. Maybe an option in the admin to take out the oscid in an url would be a good idea. I had read quite a few posts where others are asking for this option as well. After reading those other posts it made me realize that I would eventually find a way to do it. Thanks, Google Junky
  14. Well, I did some more reading on other sites talking about the same issue. I had seen recommendations for a contribution called "sid killer" . I really don't like the idea of editing the files you made unless you have assured me that there is another way to turn off the oscid= In my specific case, I will never need this used. I do not use the osCommerce backend for checkout nor do I have it using a login for anyone to signup at the site. I only use oscommerce as a shell. So again I don't need the oscid= Would you also recommend using "SID Killer" ? It is at http://www.oscommerce.com/community/contributions,952 Thanks for your time, Google Junky