I realised a few days back, that while using the most simplified URL structure, /123/why-do-birds-sing, relative links don't work! The simplest URL structure for which it works is /?qa=123/why-do-birds-sing, Here is the exact description of the problem that I sent to polarkernel just today.
[...] This is because, in the /123/why-do-birds-sing format, if I am on say, /4636/technical-feature-requests, if I click on say, the attributions link, instead of being directed to /attributions-page, I am directed to /4636/attributions-page instead of /attributions-page.
Or if I click on a link to say, /4606/can-we-install-comment-rating, then I am instead directed to /4636/4606/can-we-install-comment-rating. [...]
One solution is that just before we go online, public, we make all the relative links absolute.
However, this would be very time consuming. Is there a way to probably edit the htaccess file itself, so that the relative links are still correct?
I have turned the simplest URL structure on for a while just so that you understand what I mean. Here are a few links: