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  • Wayne Luke
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    The only way is to move your installation to the root directory. As you have it installed now, there is no way to customize this.

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  • vbulletin htaccess rewrite for friendly url's has extra folder /forums/

    I installed the .htacess file that came in the "dont upload" folder when I purchased vbulletin and just uploaded it and set it up in admincp

    All my URL's are now showing up like this http://mma-fighter.com/forum/forums/10-MMA-Forum (I have installed the forum in the "forum" folder)

    Is there a way to get rid of /forums/ so it doens't show up in the URL -> http://mma-fighter.com/forum/10-MMA-Forum

    Is this the fix?

    # If you are having problems or are using VirtualDocumentRoot, uncomment this line and set it to your forum component directory.
    # RewriteBase /forum-stub-directory/



    Do I have to do something special in htaccess to get rid of it?

    Will this issue be fixed in a an update?
    Last edited by brad13x; Wed 16 Nov '11, 2:15pm. Reason: added stuff

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