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13 July 2011 at 10:27pm
I know the index.php removal / mod_rewrite thing has been done to death across this forum! I have removed the index.php using .htaccess, but have an issue that the googlesitemap module is still including the index.php.
My question is how do I remove the index.php from automatically showing up in the sitemap.xml? In theory it is not a major issue (the links with index.php still work), but it means the links are coming up on the Google results with index.php, which I don't like.
Another question (related), is that the Google search is showing the date of the page creation on every page - taking up some of the meta description. Is there a way of removing this? (It seems like a Silverstripe thing as quite a lot of the pages under search term 'Silverstripe' have the same thing...)
Thanks for your help
4 October 2011 at 9:29pm
Can you show me the way you have removed the index.php from the .htaccess file? Cannot remove it...
8 October 2011 at 1:40pm
I had the same problem and my .htaccess file was empty - no content at all.
This thread http://www.silverstripe.org/installing-silverstripe/show/16895 sorted it out, now index.php no longer shows
10 October 2011 at 3:57pm
Thank you for your answer. I've already fixed it... it was dealing with the mod_rewrite in which I had to change the None to All for the AllowOverride All...
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