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I've read old posts about removing index.php from the url, but those were mostly for interior ojs version.
I tried to apply them to ojs2.3.7 but I didn't get what I want! The index.php is still in the url and it sometimes doubles when visiting internal link (there are tow "index", one for the site and the other for journal): http://www.myjournals.com/index.php/ojs/index
So I'm wondering if things have been got easier with the new version?
Just for comparasion with Wordpress, when I installed it I didn't see any "index.php" in the url! This is nice not to have it by default!
Why such a feature is absent from ojs?
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