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I have the opposite problem to many: When I use the official method to remove index.php and then enter an invalid url/template group, e.g.

http://www.example.com/blahblah

I do not get a 404 error, instead the most recently added page is shown.

Here's my setup:

  • EE 2.9.2
  • Strict URLs are enabled.
  • The correct 404 template is set.

Because most have the inverse situation I could not find much to help me debug this issue. If I delete the code that removes index.php I get a 404 as expected.

Any pointers are greatly appreciated. Thank you.

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I found the issue. In the 404 template I embed a generic template, and the url to that template was wrong.

If you are stuck with the same issue, track your template nesting for clues. Good luck!

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