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beaconsfield
05-10-10, 19:31
In order to integration of vbse do I have to "Replace Non-English Characters in URLs" to "Keep Non-English Characters in URLs"? I made some custom character replacements.

Simon Lloyd
05-10-10, 20:47
The instructions say to "Keep**********" because it can break your translated links.

kamilkurczak
06-10-10, 08:31
As in previous post. You should use this option: Keep Non-English Characters in URLs
Since vBET translates URLs for threads it is necessary do NOT replace not English characters in URLs.

vBET
06-10-10, 08:50
Of course custom character replacements is 100% fine when you are using "Keep Non-English Characters in URLs". In vBSEO those are 2 different options. I.e. this forum:
simple-NLP.pl darmowe forum o NLP - forum o NLP (http://www.forum.simple-nlp.pl/)
runs with vBSEO and uses custom replacements to replace Polish letters, of course still with "Keep Non-English Characters in URLs" :)

beaconsfield
06-10-10, 19:41
I did what you said. Thank you very much.


Of course custom character replacements is 100% fine when you are using "Keep Non-English Characters in URLs". In vBSEO those are 2 different options. I.e. this forum:
simple-NLP.pl darmowe forum o NLP - forum o NLP (http://www.forum.simple-nlp.pl/)
runs with vBSEO and uses custom replacements to replace Polish letters, of course still with "Keep Non-English Characters in URLs" :)

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