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  • Dropping the /forum/ from the URL?

    Am I missing that option? Is it possible?
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  • #2
    From which URL?

    You can rename node ID 2 but it has to be named something.

    You can manually edit the URL of any page using Site Builder.

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    • #3
      Every Channel & topic

      /forum/classifieds/tools-and-equipment

      to

      /classifieds/tools-and-equipment
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      • #4
        Originally posted by eDaddi View Post
        Every Channel & topic

        /forum/classifieds/tools-and-equipment

        to

        /classifieds/tools-and-equipment
        Go to the channel on the front end. Edit the page in Site Builder. Save the page. Remove /forum from the URL. Repeat as necessary.

        Just like there is no /forums in the URL at this site: https://forums.rabidbadger.io/rabidb.../customization

        Heck you can change your channel URLs to anything. If you want tools-and-equipment to be referenced with the URL of /qpow8i40214qwjlkajedrqwlker then you can do so.
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        • #5
          nice! any way to stick tags in there?
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          • #6
            Originally posted by Wayne Luke View Post

            Go to the channel on the front end. Edit the page in Site Builder. Save the page. Remove /forum from the URL. Repeat as necessary.

            Just like there is no /forums in the URL at this site: https://forums.rabidbadger.io/rabidb.../customization

            Heck you can change your channel URLs to anything. If you want tools-and-equipment to be referenced with the URL of /qpow8i40214qwjlkajedrqwlker then you can do so.
            I thought that seemed easy enough ... but I don't see where to edit that. When I'm on a channel page and click 'edit page' all i see is how to add/change modules. Am I in the wrong spot?
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            • #7
              Click "SAVE PAGE".

              Originally posted by Wayne Luke View Post

              Go to the channel on the front end. Edit the page in Site Builder. Save the page. Remove /forum from the URL. Repeat as necessary.

              Just like there is no /forums in the URL at this site: https://forums.rabidbadger.io/rabidb.../customization

              Heck you can change your channel URLs to anything. If you want tools-and-equipment to be referenced with the URL of /qpow8i40214qwjlkajedrqwlker then you can do so.

              Translations provided by Google.

              Wayne Luke
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              • #8
                You mean ...... follow your directions?!?!?!?

                It's scary clicking 'Save Page' before I've even done anything LOL

                Are 310s created for the pages and topics under that channel?
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                • #9
                  It will create 301 redirects. There is no functional difference between a 301 and a 310 as far the search engines are concerned.
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                  • #10
                    301 is what I meant

                    You're my hero Wayne Luke
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