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  • Benjy
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    Editing paths

    Hi,

    Is it possible to use other keywords (or even other paths) than the default "forums", "threads", "members", etc.?
    I ask this because I tried to edit my .htaccess and includes/class_friendly_url.php files and it didn't do a thing. Although editing only the class (which I'd prefer to have a config page for) does seem to update the links in the pages, when I change the .htaccess the new path is an infinite redirect on itself and when I don't the default redirects work.
    Last edited by Benjy; Tue 1 Dec '09, 3:04am.

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  • icarusforde
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    100, didn't realise it was set to that thanks.
    No problem.

    Pro tip: set people you dont like on your forum to one post per page. :P Priceless...

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  • Peter_AUS
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    I changed it to 50 now. When I click on Last it takes me out of the thread back to the forum home page is this happening to everyone as well ?

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  • Peter_AUS
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    100, didn't realise it was set to that thanks.

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  • icarusforde
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    I only see two pages for this thread, is there more ?
    Considering we're on page 8....

    What's your posts per page setting on?

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  • Peter_AUS
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    I only see two pages for this thread, is there more ?

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  • kuyenmotdivad
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    Me2 I reported it on the bug tracker but nothing as been done yet.

    Originally posted by GilbertZ View Post
    Am I the only one who see the "Last" link on this page (after page 8) as a link to http://www.vbulletin.com/forum/ ?

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  • Gursimran
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    Originally posted by GilbertZ View Post
    Am I the only one who see the "Last" link on this page (after page 8) as a link to http://www.vbulletin.com/forum/ ?
    No... I am also noticing this

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  • GilbertZ
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    Am I the only one who see the "Last" link on this page (after page 8) as a link to http://www.vbulletin.com/forum/ ?

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  • MattyAsia
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    Originally posted by Gursimran View Post
    what about the old URLs?
    will they still work?

    Old urls will still work, you wont lose them ^^

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  • Gursimran
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    what about the old URLs?
    showthread.php?t=124234
    will they still work?

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  • Rik Brown
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    Originally posted by MattyAsia View Post
    Not with rewrites, rewrites just change "mydomain.com/threads/124234-boeing-moves-factory-to-south-carolina" into "showthread.php?t=124234"

    They're for changing what is written in the browser to a file address on teh server. They can not change what the rest of the website does.
    .htaccess reads, not writes
    Thanks. -- Rik

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  • badrman2
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    Thanks for posting this.

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  • MattyAsia
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    Originally posted by Rik Brown View Post
    vbSEO inserts the forum name into the thread url such as:

    mydomain.com/aviation-news-forum/124234-boeing-moves-factory-to-south-carolina

    vs. the way of this .htaccess file

    mydomain.com/threads/124234-boeing-moves-factory-to-south-carolina

    which only inserts the word threads.

    Is there anyway to insert the forum name in there with rewrites?

    Thanks. -- Rik
    Not with rewrites, rewrites just change "mydomain.com/threads/124234-boeing-moves-factory-to-south-carolina" into "showthread.php?t=124234"

    They're for changing what is written in the browser to a file address on teh server. They can not change what the rest of the website does.
    .htaccess reads, not writes

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  • Rik Brown
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    vbSEO inserts the forum name into the thread url such as:

    mydomain.com/aviation-news-forum/124234-boeing-moves-factory-to-south-carolina

    vs. the way of this .htaccess file

    mydomain.com/threads/124234-boeing-moves-factory-to-south-carolina

    which only inserts the word threads.

    Is there anyway to insert the forum name in there with rewrites?

    Thanks. -- Rik

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