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ben [Configuring Backlight to support Clean URLs]
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 ==== Configuring Backlight to support Clean URLs ==== ==== Configuring Backlight to support Clean URLs ====
  
-Clean URLs take the format of http://​yoursite.com/​about-us/​ rather than http://​yoursite.com/?​page=about-us,​+Clean URLs are used for pages and single image links, and take the format of http://​yoursite.com/​about-us/​ rather than http://​yoursite.com/?​page=about-us,​
 and http://​yoursite.com/​galleries/​album/​image1000-single.php rather than http://​yoursite.com/​galleries/​album/​single.php?​id=image1000 and http://​yoursite.com/​galleries/​album/​image1000-single.php rather than http://​yoursite.com/​galleries/​album/​single.php?​id=image1000
  
 Backlight is unable to automatically detect that clean URLs should be used on Nginx installations. Backlight is unable to automatically detect that clean URLs should be used on Nginx installations.
-Backlight 1.0.4 or newer supports a setting to force Backlight to generate clean URLs for single images ​and pages.  Only make the following change if you have added support for clean URLs in your Nginx server config, as outlined above.+Backlight 1.0.4 or newer supports a setting to force Backlight to generate clean URLs for pages and single images. ​ Only make the following change if you have added support for clean URLs in your Nginx server config, as outlined above.
  
 To force generation of clean URLs: To force generation of clean URLs:
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