Issue: SEO friendly URLs get converted to the php long form automatically
I'm guessing this is an Apache configuration issue, but not sure...
I am using mod_rewrite to create SEO-friendly URLs. I noticed that on some servers, the SEO-friendly URL will get automatically converted to the long form equivalent (e.g. domain.com/file.php?a=z&b=y).
Do you know to resolve this issue?
Please let me know if further clarification is needed. Thanks.
So, this works for on most servers. I think it has to do w/ how the customer is uploading the file (e.g. maybe wrong encoding). One customer said he FTPed as ASCII and it would convert to long form PHP, but when he uploaded as binary, it kept the SEO-friendly URLs.