I haven’t tested this yet, but maybe you should take a look at the new section “duplicate urls” under preferences.
Does this exist in 1.0.1? I looked but can’t see anything there. If not, how do I add it to try it out?
The idea is to get a new name to one of those categories, like: korg-1 or something.
I read the thread where one user proposed adding IDs to category URLs to avoid collision problems, and adding numbers to create unique category names is also possible, though not particularly visually appealing.
Another idea would be to include the category path in the URL instead of just the final category. In this case instead of both URLs converting to /korg, one would convert to /audio-video-equipment/by-brand/korg and the other would convert to /musical-instruments/by-brand/korg.
The problem is that I don’t know if the longer URL path is a good idea or if it is even possible in 30bz. On the surface including the full category path in the URL (or having the option to do so) seems like an elegant solution. On the other hand I have no idea what the downsides are (SEO? technical?) to doing this.
About being penalized, why do you think you will be penalized?
I’ve never run a site where I had to be actively concerned about SEO before. I’m learning but it’s still somewhat of a black art to me. Conventional wisdom seems to be that including IDs in URLs is bad for SEO, but as shown in the thread you linked to, not everyone thinks this way. It certainly looks inelegant to include IDs in URLs but looking inelegant doesn’t always mean it’s a bad solution. Likewise, something looking nice (like a category path URL) doesn’t automatically make it the best choice.
Ah! Nice! Your work on the migration module itself seems like pretty panzer work as always. In the end we can’t expect you to take care of the errors made by others elsewhere! (at least not every errors!;) Super work! Really looking forward to to live with tb now. Just need to tweak the default theme a little
After 5 tries it finally worked, donno why and how.
When it failed, it was giving an error about:
Invalid argument for foreach at line #1170 in AdminThemeController.php.
It seems like there is something wrong with “$this->to_disable”.
where www.reprap-diy.com/shop is the shop_uri (domain is ‘localhost’). Also four lines of HTML for favicons in various sizes.
Looking into apache’s log, favicon.ico gets requested and delivered, but apparently by a picture with this question mark instead of the expected one. A request for /www.reprap-diy.com/shop/img/favicon_144.png is answered with 404.
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