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    My forums currently reside in the root directory. When the suite becomes available are the particular products going to have to be in certain directories? (ie blogs in /blogs, forums in /forums, cms in root, etc)

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    I'd like to know this too.
    Pleased Sheep Films - Independent Filmmakers
    Blackburn Web - an online community for Blackburn in Lancashire (thanks to Mark B for the tips)

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    • #3
      It was already answered. Read below.
      Originally posted by Wayne Luke View Post
      CMS: http://www.mydomain.com/forum/content.php

      Forum: http://www.mydomain.com/forum/forum.php

      Blogs: http://www.mydomain.com/forum/blog.php

      That is without any SEO on it. Everything gets installed in the same directory so everything will be a subset of whatever directory you install it to. Using the SEO URL which are very relevant to your original question will allow you to alter how the URLs look to fit your needs.

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      • #4
        So, basically, we can't install CMS on www.domain1.com and install forum in www.domain1.com/forum ?

        Or my perferred location: www.domainX.com and forum.domainX.com ?

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Carlos 360 View Post
          So, basically, we can't install CMS on www.domain1.com and install forum in www.domain1.com/forum ?

          Or my perferred location: www.domainX.com and forum.domainX.com ?
          That wasn't the original question. The question asked was must they be installed in separate directories. The answer is easily discovered by viewing the setup here on vBulletin.com.

          Your question is different, but I would like to know the answer - can we install them in separate directories. I'd love for that to be a possibility.
          Regards,
          Nick

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          • #6
            Originally posted by kyrgyz View Post
            It was already answered. Read below.
            Actually I don't have a problem with that at all, keeps everything simple. Only problem is I'm not sure how I would redirect all the links that are gathered on the search engines to point to the new directory once they get to my site... So instead of forums/showthread.phpxxxx, it's just showthread.phpxxxx

            Wouldn't want to lose my search engine crawls. Equally, I don't want my blogs and cms content to show up in the forum directory.
            Pleased Sheep Films - Independent Filmmakers
            Blackburn Web - an online community for Blackburn in Lancashire (thanks to Mark B for the tips)

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Nick View Post
              That wasn't the original question. The question asked was must they be installed in separate directories. The answer is easily discovered by viewing the setup here on vBulletin.com.

              Your question is different, but I would like to know the answer - can we install them in separate directories. I'd love for that to be a possibility.
              Actually, that's exactly what I was asking with regards to how CMS, forums, and blogs can be installed.

              I have Cpanel, so adding a domain creates a directory. Adding a Sub Domain (as I have asked) creates a directory, or you can get it to work with that directory. However, when I place my VB4 Suite into the directory, I want to know how I can get CMS to install into the directory I want it to be in. AND I want to be able to install the forums in the directory of my choice, with the option of pointing where my domains are read from.

              When you installed VBulletin, it asks you where your forum is "located" mine is set at http://boards.carlosx360.me but my mainpage is set at www.carlosx360.com according to what I have on my vbulletin instance. Now my QUESTION is can I have vbulletin "read" cms AS site, rather than from the same root as forums.

              My plan at this point is to have CMS at www.carlosx360.com and forums to be located at http://boards.carlosx360.me

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