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From Rodrigo Cunha <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] chinese char URL encoding/decoding fails
Date Wed, 14 Sep 2016 21:58:38 GMT
You have htaccess in the root this website?
I dont undestood this problem, like problem wich code but check hpaccess in
your website or better call you developer code.
troubleshot for this is change the root for other website code and check
the problem, or make new vhost which identic configfile
"www.youtcomain.conf" in the /etc/apache2/sites-enable which other code.
check this code or make other website 4 configfie.

2016-09-14 18:43 GMT-03:00 Jim Walls <>:

> I don't read Chinese, but it appeared to work on this old XP computer
> running FireFox as a browser.
> Jim Walls
> ------------------------------
> *From*: "Oliver Klein" <>
> *Sent*: Wednesday, September 14, 2016 1:55 PM
> *To*:
> *Subject*: [users@httpd] chinese char URL encoding/decoding fails
> Hello mailing list,
> a warm hello from Frankfurt.
> I am first time using this mailing list, so I hope I do everything the
> right way. I appreciate any help, thank you.
> (I don’t even know if that is a server problem I am facing)
> I am experiencing an issue with our website
> If you go to the website and right click on any navigation item and select
> „copy link“ and paste this link (#1) into a new browser tab, the page will
> open.
> If you stay on that page, copy the URL that is now displayed within the
> same browser tab, paste this link (#2) again into another or same browser
> tab, the page gives me a 404.
> If you take link #1 and #2 next to each other is exactly the same link.
> Same effect: just open any page on the website and click in the browser’s
> URL bar, and just hit enter. It gives you a 404.
> As you can see, the page uses chinese characters also in the URLs.
> Before the relaunch, it worked well on the same server with the same
> wordpress CMS.
> The only thing I found out:
> When copy the link from the HTML page itself, the Link looks like that
> (with lowercase letters):
> 82%e5%81%a5%e8%ba%ab%e8%a7%86%e9%a2%91%e8%af%be%e7%a8%8b%e8%
> ae%a1%e5%88%92/
> if I copy it from the browser bar, it looks like that:
> 82%E5%81%A5%E8%BA%AB%E8%A7%86%E9%A2%91%E8%AF%BE%E7%A8%8B%E8%
> AE%A1%E5%88%92/
> Hope anyone has an idea what that might be and how to fix that?
> Best regards,
> Oliver

Rodrigo da Silva Cunha

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