1. This is not actually a "search engine friendly" script is it?
The reason I ask is because the articles seem to be created "dynamically", meaning they have no "actual" location in the folder structure, thus search engines wouldn't actually see them right? Or are the search engines able to interpret each article, even though they are dynamically created?
2. This became a question because I found it odd that when you attach an article to a Category that Category Name isn't actually incorporated in the URL of the respective article. Shouldn't there be a way that the Categories become a part of the articles URL?
In relation to this, is there a way I can make my Full Story Results show in a different page other than the page that the original listing is on. For example, I had the listing with different articles showing on one page, and then I want to view that particular article, click, then the article opens. But the article is in a particular category, so I want that article to show in a page that is under that category. I.e. the list is in my index page of the site. I have sub pages on different subjects, with a particular menu format, so I want the results to show in a subpage that has that menu, not show within itself.
See for example my site http://www.ldsfaqs.com I have subpages/directorys for the different subjects, so I would want the results show in that particular subpage/directory, not in the original root directory, because after all, it's supposed to be a different category.
UPDATE: In the HowTo forum I see there is a way to at least make the Results show in another page, instead of the same page, by making the Read Me link an actual link instead in the template.
Is there a way to maybe use the "$static = 'true';" include function to maybe do this, but to somehow go to a different page rather than to a different table within the same page?
If this becomes to complicated, isn't there an easy way to at least make a script so that the category's are automatically placed in the URL name? So, like when we create a category we can designate it's name, and also it's virtual url directory name, and then when an article is created it automatically associates itself with the url script?
Anyway, what can be done?
3. Also, how do you get rid of the 2-0- whatever prior to the name?
So, really my most immediate issue is that when you click on "Read Me" all the links are broken, cause the address is now wrong. I would prefer the results to show on another page, not the same page, that way all the images aren't broken, and so I don't have to create full url's on everything.
I use Dreamweaver.
Having some other issues....
1. When I view an article and then down below it I click on the "Register" link, it just reloads the article page, it doesn't bring up a register page???
Allowing people to register is also on.
2. When I try to make a Comment I get a "cannot open socket" error?