Clean URLs for Published Articles feed

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Clean URLs for Published Articles feed

Postby lgp171188 » 26 Jun 2014, 12:24

Right now the published URLs feed is having a URL like http://reader.lguruprasad.in/public.php ... bd59543f54. It would be good to have clean URL like /public.php/<username>/ or something that is easier to type and share. Couldn't find a way to do that via tt-rss and couldn't find any plugins to do the same.

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Re: Clean URLs for Published Articles feed

Postby fox » 26 Jun 2014, 12:32

I would suggest not sperging over urls. Either that or google mod_rewrite.

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Re: Clean URLs for Published Articles feed

Postby davidm » 27 Jun 2014, 13:57

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Re: Clean URLs for Published Articles feed

Postby lgp171188 » 27 Jun 2014, 14:03

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Re: Clean URLs for Published Articles feed

Postby fox » 27 Jun 2014, 14:08

if you don't understand why stripping the key is "not advisable" I just don't know what to say

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Re: Clean URLs for Published Articles feed

Postby davidm » 27 Jun 2014, 15:58

Actually I was asking if using .htaccess was the best way to change the URL.

I confess that I don't know the importance of having that key in the first place. I'm a non-technical user that can barely upload some PHP on a shared hosting. Release the bears.


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