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#7882 – wbAMP and JoomSEF

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Friday, 11 June 2021 14:29 UTC
sgnappo75
Hi, I would like to use wbAMP plugin but I am trying the Community Edition and it only work with urls like "mypage/amp" while it returns 404 error page on urls like "mypage.amp.html" I think it should be a conflict with JoomSEF, the component I use to manage SEF urls. Do you have any tips for using wbAMP with JoomSEF? Many thanksBets regards Salvatore
 
Friday, 11 June 2021 14:49 UTC
wb_weeblr

Hi

while it returns 404 error page on urls like "mypage.amp.html

What sort of error? exactly? a web server or one from Joomla? Most likely, this is your .htaccess file playing tricks here.

I cannot guarantee wbAMP will work with JoomSEF as I did not try it myself but I know some users have in the past with no issue. Again, which type of 404 you get is what matters here.

Best regards

Yannick Gaultier

weeblr.com / @weeblr

 

 
Friday, 11 June 2021 16:21 UTC
sgnappo75
Hi Yannick, I think it is due to Joomsef since if I disable it all works fine. The 404 error page returned is that one configured in JoomSEF configuration, thus it is from Joomla. Anyway, I have tried to change the order of plugins by putting wbAMP before or after joomSEF but whith no success. It only work with "categories" where the URL ends with "mycategory/amp". For articles where the URL ends with "myarticle.amp.html" it returns 404 Joomla error page. Thanks in advance for any tips ;-) Salvatore
 
Friday, 11 June 2021 16:42 UTC
wb_weeblr

Hi

You are right then, it's coming from JoomSEF, for some reason, it does not accept URLs ending in .amp.html  I suspect, put some restrictions on that. That's something you should bring up to the JoomSEF people, I don't think I can suggest anything here, as there's a need to look at JoomSEF internals to understand why it's blocking .amp.html URLs?

Best regards

Yannick Gaultier

weeblr.com / @weeblr

 

 
Monday, 12 July 2021 05:34 UTC
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