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  • donald1234
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    I don't think it's possible with CMS as default without a redirect (or possibly altering code in index.php), however if you make forum the default in navigation manager you should get yoursite.com as the forum page but if you click forum tab it will go to /forum.php with same content risking a penalty from google.

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  • mattltm
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    Originally posted by delexi View Post
    was a working solution ever found? I have the the same problem that when I go to www.mysite.com I end up at www.mysite.com/content/.

    What do?
    Same problem here.

    Is there a workaround for this?

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  • delexi
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    was a working solution ever found? I have the the same problem that when I go to www.mysite.com I end up at www.mysite.com/content/.

    What do?

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  • Reversedesigns
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    i have this problem to i cant get that /content next to my url to be removed i need to remove this fast . damn new updates always hated the updates always gets something ****ed

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  • benative
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    Remove "content.php" in the Site Tab URL field @ admincp=>settings=>options=>content management...

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  • DrewryMedia
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    mine is still pointing to content.php after making the directed changes. what should i do next?

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  • Rose123
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    Worked for me thanks

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  • Trevor Hannant
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    You'll need to use URL rewrites if you don't want to see a particular filename

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  • stwan
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    UP!!

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  • stwan
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    UP!

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  • stwan
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    Originally posted by JacobSuth View Post
    Just rename content.php to index.php?
    Then you can not view the article!

    Originally posted by RS_Jelle View Post
    AdminCP -> Settings -> Content Management -> Point CMS default to index.php -> Yes
    This is done!

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    The structure of my site:

    /
    /forum
    content.php
    editor.php
    index.php
    list.php
    vb_dir.php // Full path to the forum
    widget.php

    CMS: mysite.com/index.php and mysite.com/content.php
    Forum: mysite.com/forum/index.php
    Last edited by stwan; Sat 12th Mar '11, 12:25pm.

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  • RS_Jelle
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    AdminCP -> Settings -> Content Management -> Point CMS default to index.php -> Yes

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  • JacobSuth
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    Just rename content.php to index.php?

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  • stwan
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    up!

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  • stwan
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    Lynne, this topic is about how to remove content.php, and not index.php! I want my site was at the root / and without / content.php

    mysite.com
    mysite.com/section
    mysite.com/article-title
    etc.

    How to do this?

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