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Website Settings are site-wide, meaning that it does not matter who is logged into the backend - everyone will see the same exact settings.
GetSimple allows you to create better looking, and more SEO friendly URLs. In order for this feature to work, your server needs to have the mod_rewrite module installed.
You also have the ability to edit the structure of the URLs by setting a Custom Permalink Structure. Certain custom structures need the mod_rewrite module, but not all.
Create custom permalinks via the Settings tab in your GetSimple installation. Permalinks help define the URL structure of your site. If you put a value in the Custom Permalink Structure input box, your FancyURL setting may be overridden by the string you put in.
The default URL structure for “FancyURLs” ON is:
The default URL structure for “FancyURLs” OFF is:
The two tags to build your custom permalink are
Do not use a beginning slash
Replace subdirectory with your own virtual directory - this folder does not need to exist:
index.php from URL. This can be done without Fancy URL's turned on:
If you want to add an extension (
.php) to your website's pages, you first need turn on Use Fancy URLs, then set the Custom Permalink Structure to (example for pages that will end in
Next, you need to make a small change to your root level
.htaccess file. Change the Rewrite Rule to this:
RewriteRule /?([A-Za-z0-9_-]+).html$ index.php?id=$1 [QSA,L]
.htm) in both the Rewrite Rule above and the permalink structure, if you are using that extension instead.
This section of Settings allows you to change settings particular to the logged in user.
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