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I can't get search engine friendly urls working with GoDaddy

The GoDaddy servers do not seem to work with the .htaccess file shipped with Interspire Shopping Cart by default. Sometimes this problem shows up as a HTTP 500 Internal Server Error or a HTTP 400 Bad Request.

The file attached to this article is one that has had some success with GoDaddy hosting. This file assumes that you have installed Interspire Shopping Cart into a directory called shoppingcart. This file should replace your current .htaccess file in your store directory.

If you have installed it into another directory you will have to modify this file before uploading it.

For example if your shopping cart is installed in a directory called store, then the line

RewriteRule . /shoppingcart/index.php

Should be changed to

RewriteRule . /store/index.php

Or if your shopping cart installation is in the root of your site, change it to

RewriteRule . /index.php

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