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Drupal Permalinks: Path, Pathauto and Token Modules

Setting up SEO-friendly Permalinks in Drupal is fairly straightforward:
1) Check “Clean URLs” setting under Administer->Site Configuration. Enable it, if not already enabled.

1a) If the option to enable is disabled (grayed out), then you may need to modify your webserver settings (check Drupal site for info), or edit your .htaccess file in your installation directory. If your . . . → Read More: Drupal Permalinks: Path, Pathauto and Token Modules

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Sticky Permalink Issue Solved Using .htaccess

When I had my blog setup with Yahoo Small Business Hosting, I had to make one compromise due to Yahoo’s restriction on the use of .htaccess file. When I set up “Permalinks” on WordPress, the best I could get was something like “http://example.com/index.php/my-blog-post”. I had to live with the “index.php” in all my Permalinks.

Now that I . . . → Read More: Sticky Permalink Issue Solved Using .htaccess

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