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  • Jntu Hub
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    Originally posted by Mark.B View Post
    There is no way to change the URL structure in vBulletin 5.

    For the sitemap, you need to put the right path setting in there.
    Have a look at THIS post, upload the file attached to it, it will tell you the correct setting to use.



    Edit..

    It worked fine. thq

    http://www.jntudesk.in/xmlsitemap.php
    Last edited by Jntu Hub; Mon 14 Sep '15, 9:08pm. Reason: prob solved

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  • Replicant
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    You can change the URL's in sitebuilder to sitename/forum/subchannelname/ as seen here on my forum
    HTML Code:
    http://www.k5blazersplus.com/forums/69-72-first-gen
    . The actual url before changing the URL, was
    HTML Code:
     http://www.k5blazersplus.com/forums/forum/main-forum/build-threads/chevy/k5-blazer/-69-72-first-gen
    To change the URL, navigate to the subforum, open site-builder, edit page, click save page, enter the new URL and click OK, the save page.
    The original URL still works and is redirected to the new URL so you don't have broken links.
    Last edited by Replicant; Mon 14 Sep '15, 10:34am.

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  • Mark.B
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    There is no way to change the URL structure in vBulletin 5.

    For the sitemap, you need to put the right path setting in there.
    Have a look at THIS post, upload the file attached to it, it will tell you the correct setting to use.

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  • Jntu Hub
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  • Jntu Hub
    started a topic Few Questions with VB 5 (url & sitemaps)

    Few Questions with VB 5 (url & sitemaps)



    1. How to change URL structure

    i getting as

    sitename/forum/channelname/subchannelname/posttitle

    How do i get it as sitename/forum/posttile

    2. Sitemaps Showing

    The directory the sitemap files are to be written into is not writeable. Please change the permissions on the path to be writeable by the web server or enter a different path in the sitemap options.
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    i searched for this and noticed i need to chnager directory to 0777 permisions.

    which directory i need to change
    Last edited by Jntu Hub; Wed 9 Sep '15, 1:07am.

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