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  • Mark.B
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    Yes, just make sure you update the URLs in the admincp before moving it.

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  • Rahstyles.com
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    if you installed it in the subforum /forum... can you easily move it to the root

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  • Joe D.
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    Originally posted by Rahstyles.com View Post
    How do you make the home pages show up on "example.com" then the forum on "example.com/forum
    If you install VB5 in the root directory that will happen by default.

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  • Rahstyles.com
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    How do you make the home pages show up on "example.com" then the forum on "example.com/forum

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  • TLMD
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    I assume the CMS works similar to the one being included in vB 4, but it is not the same. Click on Articles in the main nav bar and you get an idea about the article's system. I think the vB4 home page is "gone", however you can create your own by using Site Builder and adding the modules you need. Mark B. has done this quite nicely on his demo site: http://www.talknewsuk.com/testvb/home

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  • Rahstyles.com
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    Oh.. well how come i dont see it.. in the demo.. cause i was about to purchase it... its not like the suite i had for vb4?

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  • Mark.B
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    It's been included for some time now....

    It was added in 5.1.0.

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  • When is the cms for vb connect going to be released

    I need that for my front page
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