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we need to change the url of TB attributes
for example.
we have
/en/funda-para-bebe-confort-rodifix-airprotect-grupo-2-3.html#/12-estampado-racoon_town
and we want to eliminate the bar that is after # so that it stays that way
/en/funda-for-bebe-confort-rodifix-airprotect-grupo-2-3.html#12-estampado-racoon_town

or the other alternative would be to be able to eliminate

... /de/abdeckung-fuer-bebe-confort-rodifix-airprotect-gruppe-23.html#/12-gestempelt-racoon_town


Do you know how we can achieve it?
Thank you

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Posted (edited)

Hi There have you tried changing it under the preferences / SEO/URL or change it under product /SEO tab

Edited by AndyC

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Yeah it's not possible there. I am not sure how this urls are generated. Sometimes surely with JS.

But why do you wanna change it? For Seo?

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Posted (edited)

You could rewrite them in the .htaccess file and be careful not to overwrite the file.

Edited by Script-Fu

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3 minutes ago, Script-Fu said:

You could rewrite them in the .htaccess file and be careful not to overwrite the file.

that wouldn't work, as hash part of URL is not send to the server at all.

And that's also the reason why it's nonsense to modify it for SEO benefits.

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My son was doing some mod-rewrite trickery and hacking the tools.php years back. I haven't needed better url's in a long time though. So he stopped messing with presta and starting working with the IBM WCS (WebSphere Commerce Suite). Heck he gave up drupal, xoops and impresscms. He rewrote all of impress pulling smarty out and hooking it up php template.

Im not sure exactly what the op above is asking to do compared to the setup in tb & presta now. As i have been away for a number of years from all of this. I just remember him hooking me up with my url specific requests back in the day.

I'll shut up now and go away! 

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