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Provocative SEF URLs with ISAPI_Rewrite

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Search Engine Friendly (SEF) URLs with SilverStripe

SilverStripe is an open source content management system and framework. It supports SE-friendly URLs but for Apache Web Server only. In this short article we will show how to use this feature with ISAPI_Rewrite under IIS. In this article we … Continue reading

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Search Engine Friendly (SEF) URLs with MediaWiki

MediaWiki is a powerful and very popular wiki-engine which was originally written for a popular free encyclopedia – Wikipedia. In this short article you will see how to configure SE-friendly URLs in MediaWiki and how ISAPI_Rewrite can help you with … Continue reading

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Search Engine Friendly (SEF) URLs with Drupal

Drupal is a very popular CMS (Content Management System) that supports SE-friendly URLs. It is designed for usage with Apache Web Server and has no default solution to use with IIS. But of course you can use this CMS with … Continue reading

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Search Engine Friendly (SEF) URLs with WordPress

WordPress is state-of-the-art publishing platform with a focus on aesthetics, web standards and usability. No surprise it supports SE-friendly URLs. This short article describes how to setup WordPress for usage with ISAPI_Rewrite 3. In this article we suppose you already … Continue reading

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Search Engine Friendly (SEF) URLs with Mambo CMS

Mambo is the very popular CMS (Content Management System) that supports SEO-friendly URLs. t is designed for usage with Apache Web Server, and it has no default solution to use with IIS and ISAPI_Rewrite. But of course you can use … Continue reading

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Search Engine Friendly (SEF) URLs with Joomla

Joomla is a very popular CMS (Content Management System) that supports SE-friendly URLs. It is designed for usage with Apache Web Server, and it has no default solution to use with IIS and ISAPI_Rewrite. But of course you can use … Continue reading

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Exploding myths about mod_rewrite. Part 2.

This article is the anticipated sequel of “Exploding myths about mod_rewrite. Part 1” published more than a year ago. In this two-volume work (which may well become a three-volume one soon) we try to thoroughly explain each tiny issue/option of … Continue reading

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ISAPI_Rewrite FAQ

No so long ago we’ve posted this FAQ on our forum and quite a lot of our clients found it helpful. This compilation covers some of the most tricky questions concerning ISAPI_Rewrite3 (and actually Helicon Ape mod_rewrite module). And we … Continue reading

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Exploding myths about mod_rewrite. Part I

For many years mod_rewrite was considered enigmatic and incomprehensible voodoo art. We want to shatter this myth and illustrate that mod_rewrite can be easy and handy instrument for everyone who is at least slightly acquainted with regular expressions (more info … Continue reading

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