Broken Links After Installing the Joomla!Fish 1.8

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Broken Links After Installing the Joomla!Fish 1.8

Post by absolutemusik » Thu Jun 04, 2009 9:03 am

The problem is very abnormal. All my site content is being killed by the broken links.

I have installed joomla!1.0.15 and then install joomla!fish1.8.2. Finally, all the links are broken down even trying in uninstalled it. The aim of doing this is that I would like to translate my hobby music site contents from traditional Chinese to English.

HOME (URL) - good version
http://www.absolutemusik.com/portal/ind ... =1&lang=tw

However, after the installation, I can have
http://www.absolutemusik.com/portal/com ... 1/lang,tw/

I think there should be something wrong with the coding and I would like to modify joomla.html.php to solve the problem. But I am not good in PHP programming. Any suggestions? :-[

Another terrible example is as follows:

From the menu, there is a category link and a good one should
http://www.absolutemusik.com/portal/ind ... 27&lang=tw

However, the monster link again (the joomla!fish rewrite every URLs) :-\
http://www.absolutemusik.com/portal/con ... 7/lang,tw/

Would any one kindly give me some clue? Please help... It is really urgent.

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Re: Broken Links After Installing the Joomla!Fish 1.8

Post by absolutemusik » Thu Jun 04, 2009 2:44 pm

The problem has been solved. It is with the help from a person in a Taiwanese forum.

It's the SEO settings problems. I have turned it off and it goes normal again.

It was really stupid. Thanks.

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Re: Broken Links After Installing the Joomla!Fish 1.8

Post by infograf768 » Thu Jun 04, 2009 3:49 pm

You may want to use Joomla! 1.5.11 and Joomfish 2.0.3 instead of 1.0.15

1. It will help a lot when one uses Traditional Chinese as 1.5 is full UTF8

2. 1.0.x series will not be supported any more from July on
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