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trevis
19-04-10, 18:17
Hello, can someone post an example of an .htaccess working with vBET and vBSEO.

I'm using the "Mod Rewrite Friendly URLs" in vB and "Create URL's according to SEO link consensus (i.e. '/en/address')" in vBET.

When I move the mouse over the flags in the footer, I see that the link is something like "mysite.com/pt/content.php" but the page displayed is "mysite.com/content". If I change the URL in the hand "mysite.com/pt/content" give me an error and does not show anything.

Can someone help me? :confused:

[]s,
Rafael Trevisan

VGF
19-04-10, 21:01
Hello, can someone post an example of an .htaccess working with vBET and vBSEO.

I'm using the "Mod Rewrite Friendly URLs" in vB and "Create URL's according to SEO link consensus (i.e. '/en/address')" in vBET.

When I move the mouse over the flags in the footer, I see that the link is something like "mysite.com/pt/content.php" but the page displayed is "mysite.com/content". If I change the URL in the hand "mysite.com/pt/content" give me an error and does not show anything.

Can someone help me? :confused:

[]s,
Rafael Trevisan

Maybe this helps, but i'm not sure.

I'm guessing you must have CMS installed.

I know for me, I had to change the filename forum.php to index.php ..and made sure to change it as well in Admin CP settings.

I have my main forum page as my home page.

so with CMS , the default CMS page is index.php.... unlike with previous vbulletin versions where index.php would normally be the main forum page.

Everytime I download a new vBulletin update, I have to manually change forum.php to index.php each time.

This is sooo cool. I'm responding to somebody who types in Portuguese and the english translation came through perfectly on here..

trevis
19-04-10, 21:31
But there's an index.php in the root directory of BB ... : (

VGF
19-04-10, 23:30
But there's an index.php in the root directory of BB ... : (

If you have your forums at the root directory (yoursite.com instead of yoursite.com/forums/ )

Then you have to change forum.php to index.php .. and rename index.php to whatever you want. You will not need index.php if you aren't using CMS.

I renamed mine to "index-whatever.php" and I never use it. Its only for CMS if your using it.

vBET
20-04-10, 01:51
Hello, can someone post an example of an .htaccess working with vBET and vBSEO.

I'm using the "Mod Rewrite Friendly URLs" in vB and "Create URL's according to SEO link consensus (i.e. '/en/address')" in vBET.

When I move the mouse over the flags in the footer, I see that the link is something like "mysite.com/pt/content.php" but the page displayed is "mysite.com/content". If I change the URL in the hand "mysite.com/pt/content" give me an error and does not show anything.

Can someone help me? :confused:

[]s,
Rafael Trevisan

Please send your forum full URL and actual content of .htaccess file

vBET
20-04-10, 01:55
But there's an index.php in the root directory of BB ... : (

Pleae note that vBET does NOT require to change any file names. Please see previous answer and send us requested information. Also please note that one version of vBSEO had bug (I do not know does in yours it is already corrected). Here you will find issue description with vBSEO official quick fix:
vB4 CMS links not working with vBSEO3.5 - vBulletin SEO Forums (http://www.vbseo.com/f77/vb4-cms-links-not-working-vbseo3-5-a-41635/)

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