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I've got it picking up mywebsite.com/articles.html but it's not rewriting the url of the topics or the articles themselves.

 

Is there something we need to do, manually, to get that working?

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Have not tested it out yet, but i would guess that you will have to do it manually in the admin. (Like you also had to do it for products and categories in the earlier versions of seo g)

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I went into SEO-G > G-Types and the entries of Authors, Topics and Articles were there, but they were disabled by default. So, I turned them on.

 

Then I went into G-Controller and all 3 were now appearing in SEO-G Zones, alongside products and categories and whatnot.

 

Then I clicked on each of them and added whatever entries were there to pick up. One author (me), one topic and 2 articles. They're showing the articles, for example, as being converted to the new URL...but, it's only showing that way in Admin.

 

When I browse my website and click on a topic or an article...the new .html URL is not being generated at all. Seems the only one that was generated was the one for the root file of articles.php which immediately became articles.html when I installed the contrib. I did nothing manually to make that happen. It's the only one appearing in SEO-G Reports. I don't know why the other stuff isn't converting as it should, after inserting them in the appropriate category. It shows onscreen in that module as name-of-article but the links being generated in the website look like this:

 

www.mywebsite.com/article_info.php?articles_id=1

 

???

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I went into SEO-G > G-Types and the entries of Authors, Topics and Articles were there, but they were disabled by default. So, I turned them on.

 

Then I went into G-Controller and all 3 were now appearing in SEO-G Zones, alongside products and categories and whatnot.

 

Then I clicked on each of them and added whatever entries were there to pick up. One author (me), one topic and 2 articles. They're showing the articles, for example, as being converted to the new URL...but, it's only showing that way in Admin.

 

When I browse my website and click on a topic or an article...the new .html URL is not being generated at all. Seems the only one that was generated was the one for the root file of articles.php which immediately became articles.html when I installed the contrib. I did nothing manually to make that happen. It's the only one appearing in SEO-G Reports. I don't know why the other stuff isn't converting as it should, after inserting them in the appropriate category. It shows onscreen in that module as name-of-article but the links being generated in the website look like this:

 

www.mywebsite.com/article_info.php?articles_id=1

 

???

 

That's pretty much what I have. Any SEO-G experts that can help us? Would be much appreciated.

 

Regards,

 

 

Graham.

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