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tim92109 created the topic: Will Removing SEF URLs cause problems?
I know you're aware of the SEF URL problem as you had me turn it off to get the extension working. Obviously, with a site that's already indexed in Google, that's not an option when we make the site live. So I went into the router.php file and basically removed all functionality. But I left the actual functions so when they're called, they still exist. They just don't do anything now. SEF URLs are not needed with my client as none of the pages of the component will be public. This seemed to work fine!
I'm just wondering if you can think of any problems that could arise from doing this. Below is what the router.php file looks like inside of the com_projectlog folder:
defined('_JEXEC') or die;
class ProjectlogRouter extends JComponentRouterBase
public function build(&$query)
public function parse(&$segments)
vinny replied the topic: Will Removing SEF URLs cause problems?
Hi - no, that should not cause any problems. You could also just delete the router.php file altogether and let the parent router class 'JComponentRouterBase' handle the routing. The component-specific router file is an extension of the Joomla JComponentRouterBase class to 'fine-tune' the url within a component, but as you said we're aware of some issues with it and will fix in future releases. Thanks.
tim92109 replied the topic: Will Removing SEF URLs cause problems?
I've moved on and implemented the component on real site (took it out of the sandbox). I installed the newer version of PL and noticed that some of the 404s have been fixed without removing router.php. However, I found that when you try to edit a project from the project template, it just redirects to the categories page. Not a big deal.... just removed the router.php file again. But thought you should know in case you haven't seen this.