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  • dan325ci
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    Originally posted by Wayne Luke View Post
    vBulletin 5 doesn't have an option of "Advanced Friendly URLS". All URLs require rewrite in vBulletin 5. We provide the configurations for NGINX in the do_not_upload folder in your vBulletin 5 download package. There is a file for PHP before PHP 7 and a file for PHP after PHP 7.
    Ok nevermind it was Vbulletin 4 i was looking at. Thanks for the info.

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  • Wayne Luke
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    vBulletin 5 doesn't have an option of "Advanced Friendly URLS". All URLs require rewrite in vBulletin 5. We provide the configurations for NGINX in the do_not_upload folder in your vBulletin 5 download package. There is a file for PHP before PHP 7 and a file for PHP after PHP 7.

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  • Using Advanced SEO Friendly URLs with NGINX. Possible?

    Is it possible to set up a server to use advanced seo friendly urls on a standalone Nginx webserver? (no apache, just nginx) I was told by my server admin its not. If so, can anyone help with this. The rewrite rules within the config file is what is at issue here, i believe.

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