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I am working on my client's project and they are using Drupal 8.

I discovered that when one uses http://example.com/index.php to access the webpage, the url generated by the menu items , the index.php part is included, i.e. http://example.com/index.php/aboutus instead of http://example.com/aboutus. And it leads to a wrong page.

And I checked with the template file which generates the menu, the url of the menu is generated by {{item.url}}, which item is one single item of items for the available variables in the menu templates.

Available variables:

-menu_name: The machine name of the menu.

-items: A nested list of menu items. Each menu item contains:

-attributes: HTML attributes for the menu item.

-below: The menu item child items.

-title: The menu link title.

-url: The menu link url, instance of \Drupal\Core\Url

-localized_options: Menu link localized options.

Therefore I am asking if there are ways to get rid of the "index.php" in this case and in order to avoid drupal generating wrong url? Thank you very much

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I think you may need to enable apache mod_rewrite. You can refer this answer as well. To enable mod_rewrite, use the following command:

a2enmod rewrite

Then you need to restart apache for the changes to reflect,

sudo /etc/init.d/apache2 restart

or

sudo service apache2 restart

Refer this page for information about clean urls, this might even help.

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Render the menu item using link() function in your twig file for example,

{{ link(item.title, item.url) }}

I hope, it would solve your issues

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