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Yeah, okay, I know why this is happening.  There is a mod_rewrite rule that looks for "index.php" and rewrites the URL in its SEF form.  This fails if "index.php" appears as part of the page name and so you get redirected to 404.shtml which is MediaWiki's "page not found" page.  I think the quick and easy fix is to simply avoid having "index.php" in page names.  [[User:Chris Davenport|Chris Davenport]] 10:29, 2 May 2008 (EDT)
 
Yeah, okay, I know why this is happening.  There is a mod_rewrite rule that looks for "index.php" and rewrites the URL in its SEF form.  This fails if "index.php" appears as part of the page name and so you get redirected to 404.shtml which is MediaWiki's "page not found" page.  I think the quick and easy fix is to simply avoid having "index.php" in page names.  [[User:Chris Davenport|Chris Davenport]] 10:29, 2 May 2008 (EDT)
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What's happening toward the bottom of this page after "Finish it off - one last bit:"?  It seems like a bunch of code might have gotten accidentally pasted or something. [[User:Corsulian|Corsulian]] 14:36, 1 June 2008 (EDT)

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OK, something has gone wrong here. I edited the "creating an index.php file" and it went wrong - renamed itself 404.shtml. It refused to allow editing of the "creating" file so I tried making a new one "create". Now I can't access either to edit them.

Yeah, okay, I know why this is happening. There is a mod_rewrite rule that looks for "index.php" and rewrites the URL in its SEF form. This fails if "index.php" appears as part of the page name and so you get redirected to 404.shtml which is MediaWiki's "page not found" page. I think the quick and easy fix is to simply avoid having "index.php" in page names. Chris Davenport 10:29, 2 May 2008 (EDT)

A bit of craziness?

What's happening toward the bottom of this page after "Finish it off - one last bit:"? It seems like a bunch of code might have gotten accidentally pasted or something. Corsulian 14:36, 1 June 2008 (EDT)