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  • m-d-luffy
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    The problem was raised in the old system Tracker
    And it was rejected by you and the creative support team, the benefits of submission again will be rejected, 10 years could not solve a problem like this, this proves that the development team is the cause of all the problems in the script cares about the side problems and personal problems of some customers and when there A general problem is ignored.

    The sad thing is that one programmer can read 10 scripts in five years.
    Team like a team vbulletin can not solve a problem like this

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  • Mark.B
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    If you believe this is a bug, please report it in the Tracker so it can investigated by the developers.

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  • m-d-luffy
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    There is a script error in the script
    The script automatically modifies the links on the home page
    Do not defend the script and you do not use it and do not know the size of the problems in it, especially compatibility with search engines and Sioux
    Now search engines are considered duplicate content and cause this problem
    Maps provide a different link from the link that the script modifies itself
    An impossible programmer makes a terrible mistake like this
    Google now asks to solve the problem and refined content
    I am not the one who caused the problem and the team and the programmers are the ones who caused this problem and they must solve it .

    I do not know why you defend a company wrong

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  • In Omnibus
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    Whatever page is made the "homepage" requires a URL rewrite. You can always manually modify the URLs for each node and resubmit the sitemap.

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  • m-d-luffy
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    I wish I gave the topics a great importance that does not cause many problems for the sites .

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