Announcement

Collapse
No announcement yet.

how long can we wait friendly url !!!! it's too much

Collapse
X
 
  • Filter
  • Time
  • Show
Clear All
new posts

  • #16
    Mark.B, have you seen how thats "friendly" URLs looks like on cyrilic or arabian ??? Its a trash.

    Comment


    • #17
      Originally posted by tzarsolomon
      Mark.B, have you seen how thats "friendly" URLs looks like on cyrilic or arabian ??? Its a trash.
      ya iagree with, but vb not!!!!!!!
      blog-technologie.com

      Comment


      • #18
        Mark B not only have deaf ears, now almost cannot see what the JIRA report is about
        Get Our New Flat Theme Pro Pack or Grab all 34 vb5.5.4 skins @sultantheme.com -vb3 responsive style or vb4 responsive style and vbcloud custom style

        Comment


        • #19
          The URLs are friendly to search engines. What's the problem?

          Comment


          • JamalFree
            JamalFree commented
            Editing a comment
            with arabic url is very bad and lot of many problems ; we want to choose our urls format ,this a simple right of customers

        • #20
          sorry, it was a stupid comment :P
          Last edited by Luminia; Mon 3rd Aug '15, 4:57pm.

          Comment


          • #21
            Originally posted by Mark.B View Post
            There is no prospect in the foreseeable future of such a feature being added. vB5 already has "friendly URLs" to a level that suits most customers so it's not really going to be an urgent priority.
            Friendly URLs shouldn't be a priority, they should be standard. I thought this is there automatically. If I would have known that it is not there, I wouldn't even purchase this forum.
            Last edited by medved; Sat 15th Aug '15, 12:41pm.

            Comment


            • #22
              Originally posted by ProSportsForums View Post
              The URLs are friendly to search engines. What's the problem?
              The problem is that when you copy and paste the link it looks like this: http://forum.com/forum/v%C5%A1%C31b%...C31b%C4%9Bn%C3

              Got it?



              Comment


              • #23
                Voted for it.

                Comment


                • #24
                  votes dont change any things i guess!!
                  blog-technologie.com

                  Comment


                  • #25
                    As far as I know votes do not guarantee that a feature will be implemented, but they are a good indicator to show what customers are asking for, so they can have a positive effect on the overall direction the product is heading to.

                    Comment


                    • #26
                      Originally posted by medved View Post
                      The problem is that when you copy and paste the link it looks like this: http://forum.com/forum/v%C5%A1%C31b%...C31b%C4%9Bn%C3

                      Got it?


                      Not really. If you copy and paste the link it looks identical to what was copied, by definition. What's specific to this request is RTL and non-UTF-8 character sets, neither of which apply to English, which is precisely why I asked for clarification of the issue. With the knowledge that it is, in fact, an actual issue for some vBulletin customers I'm happy to add my vote even if I'm not directly affected by the implementation of the request.

                      Comment


                      • #27
                        Originally posted by ProSportsForums View Post
                        Not really. If you copy and paste the link it looks identical to what was copied......
                        Actually, that is not true. A copied link will change into strange characters when pasted. One sample is here: http://www.vbulletin.com/forum/forum...A4%C3%B4%C5%88

                        Comment


                        • #28
                          this feature should be in first beta vb5 over than 3 years like xenforo...!!!!
                          blog-technologie.com

                          Comment


                          • #29
                            I know of a way to fix links,
                            a. goto a sub-forum as admin or user with ability to use site builder
                            b. In site builder use the option edit page
                            c. CHange URL of sub foum to your desired URL
                            d. The Thread URL automatically become leaner wihtout any effort. VB handles the 301 redirects.
                            e. In admin panel you may have to run some maintainence tasks after you are done changing.

                            This could break your forum. Just be careful and take backups along the way.

                            Comment


                            • #30
                              I do not want to upgrade because of the form of very long links with links in Arabic

                              Comment

                              Related Topics

                              Collapse

                              Working...
                              X