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SEO Friendly URL's causing design issues


mangcreative
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In the <head> section of your main.php template, you have this:

<link media="all" href="Styles/global-en.css" type="text/css" rel="stylesheet">

 

The browser gets a page from an adress such as:

http://www.store.com/towelsoft/bathrobes/children-s-bathrobes/supersoft-fleecy-children-s-bathrobes-p330-p331-p332.html

 

The browser does not know where the actual path to CubeCart ends and the SEF path begins.

 

When a link is a "relative" link, that is, when a link does not start with a slash, or does not start with a full URL, the browser will use what it thinks is the path to where the file is located. That is typically the complete path the page came from, starting at 'towelsoft' and ending at children-s-bathrobes. The browser asks for the file where in 'children-s-bathrobes', there is a folder named 'Styles' and then the actual file 'global-en.css'.

 

When using SEO mode, where "fake" paths are appended to the real path, you must use full URLs. Try making the link look like this:

<link media="all" href="{$STORE_URL}/styles/global-en.css" type="text/css" rel="stylesheet">
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