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    Allposters Dynamic - Need Help
    Maybe i have overlooked something. I am updating from static to dynamic. I have the script working in my cgi-bin directory as explained in the documentation. How doe I make it my home page and script for like mydomain.com and the main poster page shows up with all categories?

    Is there also a way to cloak the URLS?

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    Use a .htaccess file as documented at:
    http://www.c3scripts.com/apws/docs.html#compatibility

    There are two sample .htaccess files available. You want the one ".htaccess file for root directory /" since you want the posters to appear at your home page URL.

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    It works now. Is there anyway to make those URLS look friendly such as the name of the poster category or poster name.html?

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    No, apws.pl currently does not output virtual URL's. That feature is planned for a future version.

    Search engines do understand and follow cgi-bin links.

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