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natural
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Posted: 30 June 2008 at 10:08am  

I have the linkfreez installed and  host wants rules. I want to reduce urls like this to be much more search engine friendly, shorter and cleaner if possible with less special characters.

http://www.landincorporated.com/Preview.aspx?pID=ae43f37a-d709-4c88-92b9-241eab865360

 

Can you tell me a good basic rule to start from?

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natural
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Posted: 30 June 2008 at 6:18pm  

I have put a post here and emailed customer support and nothing. My host will not help me even tho0ugyt they charged me to install it and I have no idea of the rules. Where are some instructions or can someone please help me ith a rule to deal with the example above. I would sure appreciate it.

George



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Anton
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Posted: 01 July 2008 at 4:18am  

Please try to use this basic rule:

#rule
/ ~~~ .aspx [MoveExt]

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natural
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Posted: 01 July 2008 at 5:59am  

This is not enough. on  urls like

http://www.landincorporated.com/Preview.aspx?pID=e2ceca25-c923-4108-a9b9-908fdcfc13f7

 

I need to remove .aspx? and place html at end. My host says linkfreeze cannot do that and if so why not? That is very basic change and if it can what is the rule for them to put in.

 

Please help.



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natural
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Posted: 01 July 2008 at 6:01am  

On anothr post you said

LinkFreeze can transform links like this above into

http://www.landincorporated.com/Preview~pID~e2ceca25-c923-4108-a9b9-908fdcfc13f7.html

or similar

 

Thats what I need so what is the rule for that?



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Yaroslav
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Posted: 07 July 2008 at 10:23am  

There are no rules for LinkFreeze, simply set ~~~ as substitution characters for directory "/" and set .asp (or .aspx) file extension to susbtitute.

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