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  • [CMS] How to remove /content.php from CMS Homepage URL?

    How do I get my home page URL to appear without the "/content.php" in the URL as it seems to default to?

  • #2
    Even I am intrested in this. Please reply or point to post where this question is answered

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    • #3
      Please answer this question!

      My portal is available in two locations:
      mysite.com / content.php
      mysite.com / index.php

      This is bad for SEO!

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      • #4
        Set up your server so that anyone coming to your site goes to content.php instead of index.php and then remove the index.php file. This is a server issue though, not a vbulletin one, so you may need to talk to your host about this.

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        • #5
          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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          • #6
            up!

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            • #7
              Just rename content.php to index.php?

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              • #8
                AdminCP -> Settings -> Content Management -> Point CMS default to index.php -> Yes
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                • #9
                  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!

                  ===

                  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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                  • #10
                    UP!

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                    • #11
                      UP!!

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                      • #13
                        Worked for me thanks

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                        • #14
                          mine is still pointing to content.php after making the directed changes. what should i do next?

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                          • #15
                            Remove "content.php" in the Site Tab URL field @ admincp=>settings=>options=>content management...

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