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weird issue with mod_rewrite or something
 
paddle74
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Ok whenever I do not have a trailing slash the mod_rewrite defaults to the homepage. This is how all the links work currently, I have tried turning off mod_rewrite in the ADMIN > SYSTEM > CONFIG > WEB > SEO and it still did not work. I did refresh the cache

I also tried adding the slash in the ADMIN > CATALOG > URL REWRITE MANAG and then it gave me the OPPS page not found error

No slash
http://www.theskincareclub.com/skin-care-store1/kinerase-0-1-cream-2-8-oz.html

When a manualy add the slash it works
http://www.theskincareclub.com/skin-care-store1/kinerase-0-1-cream-2-8-oz.html/

I did a standard fresh install of Version 1.0 with mod rewrite on and no SSL

Also same issue with category:
default no slash
http://www.theskincareclub.com/skin-care-store1/kinerase-skin-products

when I manually add slash to url
http://www.theskincareclub.com/skin-care-store1/kinerase-skin-products/

 
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Did you make any customizations to .htaccess located in Magento root folder?

 
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Only turned on - the script for php5-cgi

Action php5-cgi /cgi-bin/php5-cgi
AddHandler php5-cgi .php
php_flag cgi.fix_pathinfo on

 
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Take a look in browser on your phpinfo.php file using these formats:

http://...../phpinfo.php/test
http://...../phpinfo.php/test/

You will see that it uses different versions of PHP

Magento’s .htaccess does not do anything like that.
I think this might be either host’s .htaccess on higher level of folders, or their httpd.conf.

You might want to forward to them the phpinfo tests and ask for help.

 
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