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My first site with CPSHOP
« on: 12/21/08 at 19:54:00 »
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Nice script, Thanks Marty. I still have a few things to tweak and a lot to learn.
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« Reply #1 on: 12/29/08 at 10:17:47 »
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Can you tell me how you added the product title into the url..also adding html to the end?  
the code would be nice
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on 12/29/08 at 10:17:47, Kent wrote:
Can you tell me how you added the product title into the url..also adding html to the end?  
the code would be nice
Thanks
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Re: My first site with CPSHOP
« Reply #3 on: 12/30/08 at 17:13:56 »
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Hi Kent,

Login to the admin panel and look for a section called "Other Display Options"
Then look for sub title "SEOify links? (experimental!)"  Then select "use built-in SEO-friendly URLs, and end them with" and make sure you mark the form with .html.  Hope this helps.

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« Reply #4 on: 01/10/09 at 07:36:27 »
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yes thanks I did eventually see that...  I am looking for more.  It would be nice to have urls looking as clean as "one horse shy" but at the least I would like to get rid of the cgibin/cpshop/ part
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