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revised How can I replace an apostrophe in a URL using htaccess?
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comment How can I replace an apostrophe in a URL using htaccess?
I decided to take the half-way solution from this: instead of putting the search term in the query string I just changed the search form to post. So I now have a working search form
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comment How can I replace an apostrophe in a URL using htaccess?
Thanks, it's a good thought. However, while I've been testing it I've been typing the apostrophe myself so it definitely isn't a curly single quote.
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comment How can I replace an apostrophe in a URL using htaccess?
@NickW - The string never hits PHP so it can't be urlencoded there. I tried encoding it in javascript before sending it, but that made no difference.
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comment Attempting to mount drive in Ubuntu Server 11.10
@Adam: When I originally mounted the drive it was the first time I had ever performed that operation, so I missed the step of adding it to /etc/fstab through inexperience and the machine had never been rebooted after that. It has now been added to fstab and tested successfully.
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comment Attempting to mount drive in Ubuntu Server 11.10
@Bart: Sorry, meant to add that and forgot. I've edited the question to include it now.