♥Skittles Posted February 18, 2007 Share Posted February 18, 2007 Hi Skittles, thanks for you help with this one. I think you need a rest, seems everyones jumping on you for answers at the moment, :) Would it not be best for me to simply remove the SEO URL and then re-install it? Bit of a pain but that might help? Is there anyway of getting hold of Chemo who developed it? Seems he is invisible at the moment? Thanks again Dawson Dawson, You could try contacting Chemo directly through the site linked to in the install html page. However, there's been a falling out between him and the forum (I don't know what or why) and Chemo has been banned. Sigh. We sure could use his help with this contribution. Anyway, I don't believe uninstalling and re-installing the contribution will help. It doesn't matter if the URLs are in the cache or not. If the rewrite to support the URLs is in the .htaccess file, and this contribution is enabled, osCommerce will serve the page. End of story. :( If what you want to do is have all the SEO URLs produce 404 errors, you could just disable the contribution and comment out the rewrite code in .htaccess. Then after a period of time, six months or so, uncomment the rewrite code in your .htaccess file, and enable the contribution. Frankly, I don't see an easy or elegant solution to your problem. As for me, I've added the robots meta tag solution to all three sites I maintain, in the hopes they never find themselves in your site's predicament! As always, good luck. -Skittles Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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