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  • I've just started seeing this on ALL links from the home page of the site (http://www.baptisthomes.org). This is Modx 1.0.6 with PHP running through IIS 7 on a Windows 2008 r2 server.

    The site has run fine for about 4 years, and in fact there are two other sites running on the same server that currently have no issues.

    I can see that instead of baptisthomes.org/index.php?id=10 it displays baptisthomes.org/aboutus.html (that's just an example). If I type the id number in manually as above, it just kicks back out to the home page.

    There are no problems with the server, and no error messages with either PHP or the Modx manager.

    Thank you for your help.

    This question has been answered by jr-greene. See the first response.

    • Hi,

      If you try this page http://www.baptisthomes.org/index.php?id=3 there no problem you go to the right page (i think).
      But if you try to go to the same page with url rewrite you get ann 404 error page : http://www.baptisthomes.org/about-us/mission-vision-values.html

      Other example of the same page with and without URL rewrite :
      http://www.baptisthomes.org/index.php?id=4 (Working page)
      same page as :
      http://www.baptisthomes.org/senior-living.html (404 error page)

      So i think something change on URL rewrite.
      Did you change something in the URL rewrite config or .htaccess file or server config ?
      • Quote from: Steeve at Jul 28, 2016, 08:58 AM
        Hi,

        If you try this page http://www.baptisthomes.org/index.php?id=3 there no problem you go to the right page (i think).
        But if you try to go to the same page with url rewrite you get ann 404 error page : http://www.baptisthomes.org/about-us/mission-vision-values.html

        Other example of the same page with and without URL rewrite :
        http://www.baptisthomes.org/index.php?id=4 (Working page)
        same page as :
        http://www.baptisthomes.org/senior-living.html (404 error page)

        So i think something change on URL rewrite.
        Did you change something in the URL rewrite config or .htaccess file or server config ?
        Steeve, Thank you for your response. I have not made any changes, although I am not the only one working on the site. The server itself appears to be in good order. Do you have any suggestions for a quick way to get this back in shape? Again, thanks.
        • discuss.answer
          Quote from: jr-greene at Jul 28, 2016, 11:45 AM
          Quote from: Steeve at Jul 28, 2016, 08:58 AM
          Hi,

          If you try this page http://www.baptisthomes.org/index.php?id=3 there no problem you go to the right page (i think).
          But if you try to go to the same page with url rewrite you get ann 404 error page : http://www.baptisthomes.org/about-us/mission-vision-values.html

          Other example of the same page with and without URL rewrite :
          http://www.baptisthomes.org/index.php?id=4 (Working page)
          same page as :
          http://www.baptisthomes.org/senior-living.html (404 error page)

          So i think something change on URL rewrite.
          Did you change something in the URL rewrite config or .htaccess file or server config ?
          Steeve, Thank you for your response. I have not made any changes, although I am not the only one working on the site. The server itself appears to be in good order. Do you have any suggestions for a quick way to get this back in shape? Again, thanks.

          I see now that the site was set to use friendly URLs, something that has never worked with any of our sites.
          Thank you for pointing me in the right direction.
          • I see now that the site was set to use friendly URLs, something that has never worked with any of our sites.
            Thank you for pointing me in the right direction.

            You're welcome!
            Please can you click on the answered flag to make this post answered ?
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