[Typo3] 0 (zero, null) in my URL's

Bart Veldhuizen bart at vrotvrot.com
Sun Jun 19 22:20:13 CEST 2005

Op 19-jun-2005, om 23:24 heeft Michael Scharkow het volgende geschreven:

>> The '0' is the value of the 'type' parameter which is usually 0 if
>> you're not working with framsets. The only way to get rid of it  
>> is,  as
>> far as I know, by switching to RealURL.
> No it is not. See TSREF for
> config.simulateStaticDocuments_noTypeIfNoTitle = 1

Hi Michael,

yes, but that only works if your pages have no title, and it would  
result in unnamed pages as far as I understand [1]:

If set, then the type-value will not be set in the simulated filename  
if the type value is zero anyways. However the filename must be  
without a title.


"Startpage.23.0.html" would still be "Startpage.23.0.html"

"23.0.html" would be "23.html" (that is without the zero)

"23.1.html" would still be "23.1.html"

The original question was about how to create named URLs like  
'about.html'. Reading the documentation, I do not believe that this  
is possible in this way (although I do not really understand the  
point of this configuration item ;-)



[1] http://typo3.org/documentation/document-library/doc_core_tsref/ 

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