Jamie Bliss wrote:
This is standard.
I really hope not! see below...
You can either use the index.php/TITLE syntax or
index.php?title=TITLE&action=edit ... syntax. I think this is to allow
for &s and ?s to appear in the title.
On Thu, 30 Dec 2004 13:49:54 +0000, Graham Seaman <graham(a)theseamans.net> wrote:
>I'm having a problem with a new install, where for example a link made
>on Main_Page like so: [[testing]] gets expanded to
>"/Main_Page?title=testing&action=edit", rather than to what I expect,
>which is "/testing?action=edit".
And if I click on the resulting link I DON'T get 'testing' as the
to edit - I get 'Main_Page'!
What I want is to eliminate the 'title=' syntax completely (but also to
get something that works...)
Has anyone come
across this before? All the menu links seem to be fine.
I'm running debian, with:
PHP: 4.1.2-7.0.1 (I hope this isn't the problem..)
$wgScriptPath = "";
$wgScript = "$wgScriptPath";
$wgRedirectScript = "/redirect.php";
$wgArticlePath = "/$1";
Thanks for any suggestions!
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