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    is it possible to have vbulletin installed in a sub-directory, with the root directory containing 2 or 3 pages managed with frontpage2000? i would like to have my home page and perhaps a couple of other pages managed with the fp extentions, and have a link to the forum from them. can this be done ? and would i just run vb out of a sub-directory? i already have a site with the fp extentions installed, but would like to add a vb forum. thanks in advance.
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  • #2
    Yes - this board itself is on a subdirectory "/forum"

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    • #3
      [QUOTE][i]Originally posted by geek [/i]
      [B]i already have a site with the fp extentions installed, but would like to add a vb forum. thanks in advance. [/B][/QUOTE]

      Sorry, you can't call yourself a geek if you use Front Page Extensions ;).

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      • #4
        You can do that as frontpage will just create all those annoying directories that start with _vti_ but they will not affect vBulletin and its php files.

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        • #5
          Blah. Frontpage.
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          • #6
            Although I would not personaly let Frontpage touch the php scripts! And I would not use Frontpage to upload/download the scripts from the server, you should just use a normal ftp client for that. ;)

            That would be a safer way to use Frontpage with your forum scripts! :)
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