Questions tagged [sef]

Search engine friendly (SEF), human-readable or clean URLs are URLs that make sense to both humans and search engines because they explain the path to the particular page they point to.

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How to remove the 'index.php' from URL's?

I was wondering if it is possible to remove the 'index.php' that is shown in every URL.
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How to assign a module to different pages

I have menus in home page. Now i want to display different modules in different page and also I want to add SEF custom name to pages. Since I am new to Joomla, Any help greatly appreciated. Thanks in ...
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Removing category/article numbers in SEF

The instructions and links in this answer clearly demonstrated how to make search engine friendly URLs. However the URLs I currently see on my website have the format: mydomain.com/1-category/2-...
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Search component pointing to wrong SEF URLs in Joomla 3

My search component is pointing to the wrong URLs. When the user clicks on them, they're redirected to the home page. For example, the search returns: http://cursos.portal-gestao.com/9-excel/...
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How can I change a SEF URL to display another template?

I am using Joomla 3.3 and K2 v2.6.9. I have a category view with several items, namely books. The URL looks like this: http://localhost/index.php?option=com_k2&view=itemlist&task=category&...
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Tags and SEF URLs - Wrong Page

Joomla 3.3.3 I have no redirects in place, not in the .htaccess or the Joomla redirect component. The problem is that when a user clicks on a tag they are redirected to the wrong article. For ...
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Joomla apply SEF route from template's index.php file

I am having a problem recently is that- I am creating a Joomla Site Template and for a specific condition, the template redirects to http://mydomain.com/index.php?templateStyle=10&tmpl=custom. Now ...
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301 redirects for old non-SEF urls to new SEF ones with new article IDs

I want to redirect all my non SEF url's to new SEF url on my site.But my old site and new site articles have different id's. How can i apply a 301 redirection for old non sef url's to new sef url