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emo
artio JoomSEF - great tool, I use commercial and free versions on all my sites.

The admin back end in the new versions looks very muddled whereas before it was very clear. The two overplapping lines of text menus looks very untidy and is unnecessary, I'd like to be able to hide it.

Also having the clear artio cache button in the top right was very convenient for administration. Now I have to scroll down for it on my laptops with smaller screens. Please give us the possibility of putting it all back as it was... I have loads of Joomla 1.0 sites with Artio and I am almost accustomed to everything being exactly where I want it to be.

The text menu is an abomination, remove it altogther or add a 'hide me'.

Can we also have the previous iconset or a similar updated version, the icons use some of the khepri default icons whereas the older version used to have a unified set of icons with all the same theme. It just looks a mish-mash now.

In English we call it a "Dog's Breakfast".
some feedback on the ...
Category: JoomSEF 3
emo
will try the re-ordering and will feedback the results here
cacheing SEF URLs fo ...
Category: JoomSEF 3
emo
Jan,

Thanks for the response, very quick too. My original post was a long one, sorry about that.

no.1 index.php is inserted only when Joomla cache is on and as you will see from my example the SEF URL is appended to it - so Artio SEF is creating the SEF part of the URL and not the prefix?

no.2 I understand that it must have a main domain and I can confirm I don't have joomfish.

no.3 I definitely have good working 301 redirects in place and they are all working, pointing to the main domain

The site is now working without Joomla cacheing and Artio is creating good SEF URLs. With Joomla cacheing on, and with the 301 redirects in place bad SEF URLs are being created.

It is only when those three items are configured that the problem occurs.

So to wrap it up:
Artio SEF with Joomla cacheing and only one domain is OK!
Artio SEF with Joomla cacheing with multiple 301 domain redirects breaks the URLs

Q. What else could be creating the bad SEF URLs if not Artio?
Q. Why do the bad SEF URLs only start appearing when cacheing is on?

I can show you my .htaccess, I have the redirects in place before the SEF rules. Could the rules be conflicting?

Yereverluvinunclebert
cacheing SEF URLs fo ...
Category: JoomSEF 3
emo
By the way I am using fully paid up versions of Artio and the VM extension.
cacheing SEF URLs fo ...
Category: JoomSEF 3
emo
I have a weird problem that has only started to show itself since a secondary domain name of hours started to become active, the SEF URLs are all wrong, some of them have /index.php/ inserted into the SEF URLs and other perfectly good SEF URLs just don't work at all. Some SEF URLS have random and incorrect component names inserted. Some just point to the 404 error page. Anyhow SEF URLs are dead on my site and I've had to turn Artio off.

I've done some investigation and this is what I have found.

domain1 is the main domain
domain2 has been pointed at the same space in cpanel as a parked domain

joomla 1.5.8
joomla cacheing is ON
Artio SEF v3.3.2
Virtuemart extension 2.0.2

system is stable and there have been no changes.

Now domain2 has become more active we are getting more accesses from that domain name.
Since that time if we access the site under domain1 we are seeing lots of sef URLs with the wrong domain name stored in the cache, so some SEF URLs will begin with domain2 rather than domain1.

So, we set up .htaccess to have a 301 redirect from domain2 to domain1.

It all looks good and we see all URLs showing domain1. It all seems to work until someone access the site through domain2, then the URLs start to break. Site works perfectly without Artio but as 30 mins after Artio is switched on then the site breaks.

I have tried everything, clearing caches for Joomla and Artio, each time I have to reset everything in order to get the site working again. I have even restored the site to an earlier version to see if it was some unknown change but to no avail.

The final thing I have done is to turn off Joomla cacheing altogether. Artio is switched on again and so far it seems as if the URLs are all good.

What I seem to have found is that Joomla cacheing must be switched off if you have multiple domains pointing to one site. Using a 301 redirect, Artio and Joomla seem to work together creating bad URLs.

I would really appreciate some feedback from Artio with regard to this as it seems that multiple domains is not really supported. What I have set up seems to be perfectly sensible. Perhaps it is a bug with Joomla cacheing.

Here are some examples:

1. Artio inserts index.php and a random component name in the SEF URL
www.domain1.co.uk/index.php/component/jo...fon-short-dress.html

2. Artio inserts index.php and a different random component name in the SEF URL
www.domain1.co.uk/index.php/components/c...shop/images/stories/

The following URL exists in Artio's list of SEF URLs

shop/dresses/floral-printed-chiffon-short-dress.html

pointing to:

index.php?option=com_virtuemart&category_id=6&flypage=flypage.tpl&manufacturer_id=4&page=shop.product_details&product_id=108&Itemid=74

so if I put these into the browser manually,

www.domain1.co.uk/shop/dresses/floral-pr...fon-short-dress.html
takes me nowhere but the error page

whereas:
www.domain1.co.uk/index.php?option=com_v...id=108&Itemid=74

works perfectly, this should be exactly the same,it is OK and a good URL so why doesn't the SEF version work?
It makes no sense at all. When I turn off Joomla cacheing then it all seems to resolve itself.

Yereverluvinunclebert
cacheing SEF URLs fo ...
Category: JoomSEF 3
emo
This is a funny one. For a while now I have been trying to figure out why some modules won't appear on certain pages. It has been trying my patience and I finally decided to try the same functionality with JoomSEF switched off. The module displayed correctly.

Description: modules not displaying when Artio JoomSEF enabled

Joomla 1.0.15 Artio JoomSEF 2.3.4

I have a mainmenu link to a Joomla contact category. On this page only modules that display on ALL pages will show. If I set a module to display on this page and not ALL then it will not show. However it will show on all other pages if selected to do so. Only a Joomla contacts page is affected.

When I turn off Artio, or set the Artio handling of the page to 'skip' then all the modules selected for that particular page suddenly appear. For the moment I have set it to 'nocache' and the modules are appearing again. Unfortunately, I am not getting the benefit of SEF URLs on any link to the default Joomla contact component.

The decidedly NON-SEF URL pointing to the page in question is here:

www.henleyoperatic.co.uk/component/optio...catid,72/Itemid,153/

Yereverluvinunclebert
modules not displayi ...
Category: JoomSEF 3
emo
I have been receiving the horrible old message:

"You are not authorised to view this resource You need to login"

This has been occurring when I've been using Joomla 1.0.15 and the myContent Component! version: 1.1.13 to enter new content from the front end.

I have a module, mod_latest_created_updated_date, which shows a list of the most recently Created or Updated Content Items

This module works correctly for any item created using the normal methods displaying each item and linking across. However, when you create a content item using mycontent the link shown by mod_latest_created_updated_date shows : "You are not authorised to view this resource You need to login"

All other links working fine, just the new links in this module created using mycontent were adversely affected.

I have tried to analyse the content, the URL's generated but initially no solution found.

Then I looked into the Artio configuration: and tried to find something that might affect the problem, changed this config. item.

Do not remove SID from SEF URL? to 'yes', cleared all caches, then the problem went away
You are not authoris ...
Category: JoomSEF 3
emo
Is it me or my browser? I looked everywhere but I cannot see the search button for this forum tool. I can see the search for the whole site but that's not what I want. I need to search the forum to get the information I need.

HELP!
Where's the search b ...
Category: General
emo
My apologies, I have confused you.

This is entirely my mistake. I see now that I have appended my problem to the wrong thread.

My problem is with the ARTIO JoomSEF MetaBot "Rewrite keywords" and "Rewrite description" functions.

Dean
Using Joomsef MetaDa ...
Category: JoomSEF 3
emo
I'm using ARTIO JoomSEF v3.2.1 (I'm stuck at this version as it won't upgrade - but that's not the issue) with the virtuemart plugin.

The problem is that on none of my J1.5 / VM1.1 sites does the function to re-write the meta keywords work

I see a blank keywords tag despite the plugin being set to rewrite the keywords.

I have disabled all other plugins and it still occurs.

it is just that the Artio plugin does not work for the keywords. It will create the description OK it forgets to do the keywords only.

I have to use the Joom SEO plugin from Phil Brown which then does the job as I expect, unfortunately the logic is not very good and sometimes I get bad results, so I want the Artio in-built functionality to work!

I have a variety of Joomla1.0 and J1.5 sites running ver. 2 and 3 of Artio. I have checked all my sites and they all do the same thing. No keywords until I install and run the Phil Brown JoomSEO plugin.

My global meta description and keyword fields are blank.

Artio works well apart from this and I've never had any other problems.

Dean
Using Joomsef MetaDa ...
Category: JoomSEF 3
emo
I have had a new version of Ken Wong's "products in list form" module modified to be SEF (Search engine friendly). I have used this mod_product_list on more than one site and it is very useful indeed providing functionality that is missing from core Virtuemart. However, on the original there were two problems, firstly, the URL's the mod generates are not SEF friendly and are ignored by tools such as Artio SEF. This is the module's fault as the original generates the URL's in a hard-coded fashion rather than using the vm_parser to generate the URLs as a VM component would normally do. Secondly, the hard-coded URL has the item id set to 1 which causes the pathway to be missing the 'home' link. This caused formatting problems on my templates that have a pathway showing. I had the code changed so that this version is now fully SEF compliant and will work with SEF packages that generate human-friendly URLs such Artio JoomSEF. This updated version is now a good module and indispensable on a VM shop.

You can get the modified version here: lightquick.co.uk/downloads/view.download-11.html
JoomSEF and VirtueMa ...
Category: JoomSEF 3
emo
I have a similar problem but I am using mod_product_list rather than the categories module.

This is available from i-onepage.com/freesoft/

It is a very,very useful module but if you have SEF enabled all URLs still have the standard VM junk.

Basically, Artio SEF is not generated for any URL that this module generates. I think this is because the developer has bypassed the standard VM method of generating the URL instead going for a hard-coded version of the same.

If anyone has any ideas as how to make it SEF friendly then please let me know. A donation will be forthcoming for the correct answer. I'be been in touch with Ken Wong, the developer but no response so far.

I have pasted the whole code here. The module is a small one.

<?php
/**
* Module Name : Products List Module
* Create By : Ken Wong (designer@i-onepage.com)
* Create Date : Dec 2007
* @version $Id: mod_login.php 7211 2007-04-29 02:26:51Z robs $
* @package Joomla
* @copyright Copyright (C) 2005 Open Source Matters. All rights reserved.
* @license www.gnu.org/copyleft/gpl.html GNU/GPL, see LICENSE.php
* Joomla! is free software. This version may have been modified pursuant
* to the GNU General Public License, and as distributed it includes or
* is derivative of works licensed under the GNU General Public License or
* other free or open source software licenses.
* See COPYRIGHT.php for copyright notices and details.
*/

// no direct access
defined( '_VALID_MOS' ) or die( 'Restricted access' );

//Get configurable parameters

echo "<form name='product_list_form' id='product_list_form' method='post' action='index.php'>\n";

$categoryOrder = $params->get('category_order',0);
$categoryOrderDirection=$params->get('category_order_direction',0);
$productOrder=$params->get('product_order',0);
$productOrderDirection=$params->get('product_order_direction',0);

$showProduct=$params->get('show_product',0);
$fromDate=$params->get('from_date',null);
$toDate=$params->get('to_date',null);


$arrFromDate=explode('-',$fromDate);
$arrToDate=explode('-',$toDate);




if($showProduct==2)
{
$fromDateTimeStamp=mktime(0,0,0,$arrFromDate[0],$arrFromDate[1],$arrFromDate[2]);
$toDateTimeStamp=mktime(0,0,0,$arrToDate[0],$arrToDate[1],$arrToDate[2]);
}


//Get category list

$sql="Select
a.category_id as id,
a.category_name As name,
b.category_parent_id As parent
From #__vm_category As a
Inner Join #__vm_category_xref As b
On a.category_id=b.category_child_id
Where a.category_publish='Y'
";


if($categoryOrder==0)
{
$sql.=" Order by a.category_name ";
}
else
{
$sql.=" Order by a.list_order ";
}

if($categoryOrderDirection==0)
{
$sql.=" ASC ";
}
else
{
$sql.=" DESC ";
}


$where=array();

if($showProduct!=0)
{
$where[]="a.product_publish='Y'";
}

if($showProduct==2)
{
$where[]=" (a.cdate >=$fromDateTimeStamp And a.cdate <= $toDateTimeStamp )";
}















$database->setQuery($sql);
$rowProductCategories=$database->loadObjectList();

$sql="Select a.product_id+10000 as id,a.product_name As name,b.category_id as parent
From #__vm_product As a
Inner Join #__vm_product_category_xref As b
On a.product_id=b.product_id
";



if(count($where))

$sql.=" Where ".implode(" AND ",$where);


if($productOrder==0)
{
$sql.=" Order By product_name ";

}
elseif ($productOrder==1)
{
$sql.=" Order By product_sku ";
}
else
{
$sql.=" Order By cdate ";
}


if($productOrderDirection==0)
{
$sql.=" ASC ";
}
else
{
$sql.=" DESC ";
}

$database->setQuery($sql);

$rowproducts=$database->loadObjectList();

$rowproducts=array_merge($rowProductCategories,$rowproducts);


$cid=mosGetParam($_REQUEST,'cid',0);
$preload=array();
$preload[]=mosHTML::makeOption(0,"Select item");
echo mosHTML::treeSelectList(&$rowproducts,0,$preload,'cid','onchange="gotoVMPage();"','value','text',$cid);
echo "</form>";

/**
* DAEB - 10th October 2008 changed the URL code below. The item ID now points to the item 35 which is what the shop actually uses when Artio SEF tool is off.
* when the item id was set to 1 it caused the pathway to be missing the 'home' link. Set the URL to be exactly what is normally generated by VM
* and it now shows the pathway correctly
*/


?>

<script language="javascript">
function gotoVMPage()
{
var id=document.product_list_form.cid.value;
cid=id;
if(id>10000)
{
//productpage
id=id-10000;
url='index.php?page=shop.product_details&flypage=shop.flypage&product_id='+id+'&manufacturer_id=0&option=com_virtuemart&Itemid=53&cid='+cid;
}
else
{
url='index.php?page=shop.browse&category_id='+id+'&option=com_virtuemart&Itemid=1&cid='+cid;
}
location.href=url;
}
</script>
JoomSEF and VirtueMa ...
Category: JoomSEF 3
emo
I had to deinstall/reinstall Artio, reinstall the patches and it worked.
SEF support in Jooml ...
Category: JoomSEF 3
emo
Hi there, I have a problem dating from when my site was transferred to a new ISP.

Since the transfer I have seen the following message on the Artio JoomSEF component.

"NOTE: SEF support in Joomla/Mambo is currently disabled. To use SEF, please enable it from the Global Configuration SEO page."

This is normally done on the site config SEO tab. It is set as I would expect, ie. "Search Engine Friendly URLs: YES"
and configuration.php is Writeable.

It is not generating SEF URLs nor will it recognise the setting in configuration.php.

I've tried installing/reinstalling the component and have set the .htaccess file as per the instructions and as per my other joomla shops but something is just not right. It does not work. Permissions seem OK as far as I can see.

Wits end...can anyone please help. Will send a bag of liquorice to the person that fixes it.

yereverluvinunclebert
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