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#1
I see you forum and cant understand what with links.
Why post with out name of forum (example http://xenforo.com/community/posts/658865/ but must be http://xenforo.com/community/have-you-seen/658865/ "have-you-seen" is name of forum.). Engine of forum can tweak this?
Can i remove "forums" in link http://xenforo.com/community/forums/general-xenforo-discussion-and-feedback.45/
set aside forum name. i need link like
http://xenforo.com/community/general-xenforo-discussion-and-feedback.45/
Sorry for my english...
 
#3

Tracy Perry

Well-known member
#4
i can fix this in settings of xenforo?
I understand correctly?i want save structure of forum after vbulletin
Not sure how vBulletin does it (never ran it).

Here is where you can put the URL in the ACP -> Applications for the nodes
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When you do that, this is what the address bar looks like when you go to the Site Announcements

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And when you go into an actual topic topic itself
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And without the URL enabled this is what the Site Announcements node looks like

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Note, I have friendly URL's enabled.
 
#5
Not sure how vBulletin does it (never ran it).

Here is where you can put the URL in the ACP -> Applications for the nodes
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When you do that, this is what the address bar looks like when you go to the Site Announcements

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And when you go into an actual topic topic itself
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And without the URL enabled this is what the Site Announcements node looks like

View attachment 59876

Note, I have friendly URL's enabled.
i want replace "thread" and name of forum. pages must be like http://domain/name-forum/name-thread
 

Tracy Perry

Well-known member
#6
i want replace "thread" and name of forum. pages must be like http://domain/name-forum/name-thread
Far as I know you won't be able to do that as you have to have a route defined (normally forum). My sites are installed in the root so that is why it is domain.com/forum/. I could rename /forum with a route, but it will still have to be something static. To get the name-thread may take an add-on (@Jeremy or @Jake Bunce) could probably better tell you.
Also, I think when you enter the thread it will still show the ID and not the thread name (again may require an add-on or possibly template changes).
 
#8
I am trying to do this as well to match more closely a forum that I am porting over from VB3.7. Is there an add-on available to help with this?