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Question Path To Forums Suddenly Incorrect

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7 years 2 weeks ago - 7 years 2 weeks ago #1 by AndyInSpain
Hi all,

A strange one this. Suddenly, and for no apparent reason, the paths to our individual forums has changed to an incorrect one and we cannot access them. We are getting a "Not found" error for each forum.

We can access the main forum index but the links to the individual forums are all wrong. For example, we have a forum called "Universe". Its path is now given, when one hovers over the link, as:

<<Joomla path>>\forum\universe.html

This is clearly wrong, as the path should be

<<Joomla path>>\components\com_kunena.... etc. Shouldn't it?

I have checked the individual forums in the backend and they look fine.




Any idea why this has happened and what I can do to fix it? I've been searching for a "base path" parameter somewhere, but have failed to find it. So the forums are definitely there.

Any help would be much appreciated.

Thank you!

Kind regards,

Andy.

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7 years 2 weeks ago #2 by xillibit
Hello,

Do you have enabled recently the sef in Joomla! ? Check the live_path in Joomla! configuration panel

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7 years 2 weeks ago - 7 years 2 weeks ago #3 by AndyInSpain
Hi xilibit,

No, there have been no changes to the Joomla configuration.

Thanks!

Andy.
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7 years 2 weeks ago #4 by sozzled
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AndyInSpain wrote: ... the links to the individual forums are all wrong. For example, we have a forum called "Universe". Its path is now given, when one hovers over the link, as:

<<Joomla path>>\forum\universe.html

This is clearly wrong, as the path should be

<<Joomla path>>\components\com_kunena.... etc. Shouldn't it?

No, the URL link is not necessarily what any one of us might think it should be until we understand how you've implemented SEO in your Joomla site. If the paths to the forums have "suddenly" changed, this is not a question of Kunena support; this is a question about what changes you have made at your website. Please read Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) in the Wiki for a better understanding about what's just happened at your site. BTW, most websites these days don't add the "html" suffix to web pages.

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