Could you please explain how this could be done? It would greatly help meThe script is not designed for redirecting to another URL, though we could change it to that. It's designed to sit in place of the respective files (showthread.php, etc).
They work with vb4 under the condition you do not use advanced urls in both VB4 and Xenforo at the same time.
I'm using vBSEO, so that adds a layer of complexity to my migration to XF.They work with vb4 under the condition you do not use advanced urls in both VB4 and Xenforo at the same time.
The problem is described here: http://xenforo.com/community/threads/rewrite-rules-and-redirections-for-vb4-mod-rewrite-urls.5850/
When I migrated, I set it up in /forums/ until I was ready to move. Then I renamed my vB install something other than /forum/ and renamed the XF install /forum/.My current vB install is in /forum and I'm planning to run xf in /forum as well.
Will I have to keep the current vB install in /forum for this to run, or can I just stick the xf files in there on their own with just these two files?
Got anything for the old archive, Kier?If you have imported your vBulletin 3.x database into XenForo, you can automatically redirect all traffic destined for your vBulletin content to its new location within XenForo.
All you need to do is unzip these files and place them in the directory within which the vBulletin files with the corresponding names would be located.
Any requests for the old URLs will be redirected with a 301 permanent redirection header.
(Note: file updated to remove unnecessary .svn files)
1. I imported VB4 database to Xenforo using Paul's script.they redirect me to the home page
can you tell me what did you do to make this work
because i just uploaded the files to the same directory