I have the following problem:
- Let's say I'm on domain.com/en/support/manuals
- Using pagination I get the following URL on Page 2: domain.com/en/support/manuals/domain.com/en/support/manuals/P10

Once I manually remove the duplicate part, it works just fine. Whats wrong here?

Thanks in advance!

EDIT: Here's the template code:

{exp:channel:entries channel="manual" limit="10" paginate_base="support/manuals"}

  <div class="row">
    <div class="span4">
      <a href="{manual_download}">

    <div class="span2">
      {categories}{category_name} {/categories}

    <div class="span2">


  {paginate }
     <p>Page {current_page} of {total_pages} pages {pagination_links}</p>

  • Can you update your post with the template code bit that's displaying the problem URL? Jul 5, 2013 at 22:58

2 Answers 2


Looks like you forgot about the protocol on the URL to the root of your site. Probably, you wrote domain.com instead of http://domain.com.

The duplicated part is added by the browser that is treating the URL as relative because of the absence of protocol.


I've found a work-around. It appears that I need to use 'http://' in front of the pagination_url. The following version now works perfectly:

       <li><a href="http://{pagination_url}" class="page-first">First Page</a></li>

       <li><a href="http://{pagination_url}" class="page-previous">Previous Page</a></li>

       <li><a href="http://{pagination_url}" class="page-{pagination_page_number} {if current_page}active{/if}">{pagination_page_number}</a></li>

       <li><a href="http://{pagination_url}" class="page-next">Next Page</a></li>

       <li><a href="http://{pagination_url}" class="page-last">Last Page</a></li>


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