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  • Mark.B
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    We'd need to take a look at your setup, as this works fine on a default installation.

    Please disable the DBSEO add on, and then raise a support ticket:
    http://www.vbulletin.com/go/techsupport
    We'll need admincp credentials amd an ftp login.

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  • wisemasterchief
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    you have entirely missed the point here.

    I used the third party addon because there was no other solution available to me. There appears to be short comings with Navigation Manager as it applies to setting up forum tab. Disregard the reply given where I shared with you what I have done to correct the issue. How to address this problem using native vBulletin install???? We are still at that problem.

    I am not asking you to support third party addons.

    regards

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  • Mark.B
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    Ok...thanks for the update.
    For reference, we're unable to support third party add ons, so if you have something like this again, where you've effectively got a third party add-on changing the behaviour of vBulletin URLs, the best place to start is with the add-on author.

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  • wisemasterchief
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    '^forum\.php$' => 'forums/' << now using DragonByte Tech: SEO - URL Rewrites

    navigation manager forum tab set to './forums'

    navigation manager forum tab is NOT configured as DEFAULT tab

    NOTE: This now appears to be working the way I want it to.

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  • wisemasterchief
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    I click on forum tab and nothing happens.
    When I set it back up as DEFAULT, it works as expected, taking me to forum root.

    Problem exists when I designate a different tab as DEFAULT

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  • Mark.B
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    Where does it actually take you?

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  • donald1234
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    Do you have a link to your forum?

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  • wisemasterchief
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    YES... that is correct.

    Target menu: Use Target URL

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  • donald1234
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    What do you have set for target URL in forum tab, should be "forum.php{session.sessionurl_q}" without the quotes

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  • Navigation Manager - remove forum tab as DEFAULT

    Using the navigation manager, if I designate a different navigation tab as DEFAULT, forum tab will no longer take me forums. Please advise.

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