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

Michael Scharkow mscharkow at gmx.net
Mon Jun 20 11:34:27 CEST 2005

Bart Veldhuizen wrote:

> 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.
> Example:
> "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 ;-)

Did you actually try it? I think the documentation is sub-optimal here,
or something changed recently. We've been using this for three years on
3.5-3.7 and it does exactly what you describe here. I also don't
remember the remarks in the current TSREF maybe that has changed.


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