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is it possible in vb5 to have original url of vb3 - vb4 (with query string, like for exemple ?threadid=xxx) ?

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  • arkadia2006
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    their is no reason to change the url structure ! it's always very sensitive to change the url structure of a website, and webmaster that have links that point to the old schema of our forum will never update them and this will be like this for years and years ... and a link that point to a 301 redirect have lower SEO power than a link that point to the final destination, you must know it !!

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  • ShyGuy82
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    If ALL old urls redirect with 301 then you should not lose your google ranking (maybe for a week or two it will go down slightly), other than that, you should be good.

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  • OhioDave
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    The editor does indeed clear its contents when editing a message, especially on the mobile display version. clicking edit brings up a empty editor box.

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  • Zachery
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    No one at large outside of you so far is having that problem.

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  • arkadia2006
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    no i promiss you, the editor in the bottom it's a dissaster, i can try to make a video, but sometime it's simply impossible to edit what i already typed ...

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  • Joe D.
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    It would take only minutes to create a showthread.php file, if it is even necessary.

    @arkadia - I use Chrome with no editor issues- Please clear your browser cache if you are having issues.

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  • OhioDave
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    The old url scheme wont ever be coming back. there is no showthread.php file available for vb5.

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  • arkadia2006
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    Originally posted by Joe D. View Post
    Originally posted by arkadia2006 View Post
    bye the way http://tracker.vbulletin.com/browse/VBV-4528 it's seam that this feature will be added in 5.0.6 ? it's a must have feature !
    Just to be clear that means the earliest it would possibly come is 5.0.6. As we get closer to 5.0.6 it may get pushed back further.
    please Joe D, make this feature as important !

    bye the way their is also a misc conception in you marketing ! (raaah this editor in chrome it's a disaster, i can not go back to edit my post!!)

    you say to pay now vb5 BUT the support ticket will be available only one month ! i m ready to buy vb5 right now to test it, but i know that i will need to wait few feature (like this old url scheme compatibility) to use it in production. but in this way, in several month, when i will be ready for production (mostly when vb5 will be ready), i will not have anymore the support ticket so what i do right now ? i wait and i don't buy

    please correct this editor, in chrome it's a disaster i can not edit my post, sometime it's work sometime (like now) not at all !

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  • rellect
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    You always can find a developer to build this option for you.

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  • OhioDave
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    Is there a reason it was all changed to a new format. didn't anyone have the foresight to see this would be a huge problem for existing bulletin users? wonder if its a contributing factor as to why only a small handful of sites are using vb5 publically.

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  • Joe D.
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    Originally posted by arkadia2006 View Post
    bye the way http://tracker.vbulletin.com/browse/VBV-4528 it's seam that this feature will be added in 5.0.6 ? it's a must have feature !
    Just to be clear that means the earliest it would possibly come is 5.0.6. As we get closer to 5.0.6 it may get pushed back further.

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  • arkadia2006
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    http://searchengineland.com/cutts-re...akeaways-38064

    but anyone can say what they want ... but the fact is that their is not prouve ! so in this case better to avoid to change the site structure !

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  • Zachery
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    From what I understand, its true.

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  • arkadia2006
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    i not agree at all !

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  • Zachery
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    the 301 redirects will preserve your ranks in google. URL changes will have a temporary decrease, but in the long run shouldn't badly affect your rankings.

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