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I noticed something rather strange and frustrating,
(which explains my high bounce rate)

I will use one of my pages as a example:

http://runescapeclan.net/cursors.php
Is a page containing many images, it loads fine on any browser on any computer.

However, when you type:
http://runescapeclan.net/cursors.php/

The images will not load up. To add to the problem, if you click on any link on the page it gets added onto the end of the first url:

http://runescapeclan.net/cursors.php/freestuff.php


This may not seem so bad, but the fact that google is indexing my pages with that extra "/" which seems to be causing the problem is very annoying.

And yes I have checked my site map however i don't include the extra "/"


I understand that I may not have explained the situation well, its very hard to explain this event. If you requre more details please post.
 

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Hey, first off, i don't get the problem when you load cursors.php/ (the images load fine).

The cursors.php/freestuff.php shouldn't be a possible url, so the browser cuts out at cursors.php... No problem there, just one in your understanding of the urls.

And if the page loads the images will load, check whether you use a relative/static url. If it's relative that may cause a problem but it shouldn't.

Cheers,
Jamey
 

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Why are you adding "/" to the end of page names? That will make the server think you are in a different directory and since the image links are relative, the server will look in a different folder for them which doesn't exist.

The same goes for your link problem, your using the "/" incorrectly after a page name, so the server thinks its a directory and looks for the page in there.

Stop adding "/" to everything! lol. "cursors.php" is the page name, doesn't need a "/" after it.
 
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