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I am doing some work on a friend's site and at this time he does not want to upgrade joomla. So I am stuck using Joomla 1.0 and I have been scouring the net for answers on how to put canonicals into his site on his pages. He uses ARTIO so I figure, I need to pull some tag used by ARTIO in my canonical; somethin like...:

<link rel="canonical" href="insert ARTIO PHP code here" />

anyone have any ideas about what to do here?

thanks

becca
Canonicals in Joomla ...
emo
i migrated my main site over from joomla 1.0 to joomla 1.5 and the 1.0 site was using artio 2.x (i installed artio 3.x onto my joomla 1.5 site) --- so i exported the urls from the artio 2.x component and then imported them into the artio 3.x component on the 1.5 site --- my problem is this: in the artio 2.x component there is a setting in configuration under the advanced tab, rewriting mode, with a dropdown list (without .htaccess (index.php), with .htaccess (mod_rewrite), without .htaccess (index.php?)). The choice we had selected on the old version was without .htaccess (index.php) which caused an index.php to be inserted into every url after site name (before rest of url string) for example: mysite.com/index.php/article --- when i imported all of the sef urls, they imported fine and appear without the index.php; however, because google has indexed them, my boss wants to keep the same urls as we had WITH the index.php in there. i looked for the rewriting mode with dropdown in artio 3.x in order to insert the index.php back into all urls, but cant find that option and am not sure how to make this happen.

please help!
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