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[For 1.6] Google SEO 1.6.8 [EOL]
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It should show the option to apply (and/or revert) changes directly in the plugin status (same place where it shows those warning messages).
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[EDIT] All resolved, thanks for the help!
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This user has been denied support. This user has been denied support.
Does not seem to be working:

Quote:Modifications to inc/functions.php are required for URL support. Please see the documentation for details.


The documentation was no help either.
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This message does not really occur in 1.6.2. Make sure you updated all the files properly.
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Question:

Is there a way, or could a way be made, that the calendar view can be modified so that it could be viewed as:

{calendar name}/{year}/{month}/
On the main page.

{calendar name}/{year}/{month}/{day}
On the day page.

{calendar name}/{year}/{month}/{day}/{Event Name}
On the event page, etc.

Yes, I know there are ways to work out the "parents," but so far, I haven't figured out a way to do this.

An I think, displaying as

"/Calendar-1/2011/12/" or "/Calendar-1/2011/December" and "/Calendar-1/2011/12/1/" would look much nicer than "Calendar-1?year=2011&month=12"

Thanks.

ps: sorry if this question has already been asked. I searched, but I didn't notice it.
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There isn't a way currently, not in this plugin anyhow.

A way could probably be made with some effort - see the get_calendar_link() function (or in Google SEO, the google_seo_url_calendar() function). You'd have to come up with the proper rewrite rules to go with it.

However, the calendar offers so many different views (year view, month view, week view, day view, ...) that it's hard to bake all these into a year/month/day URL scheme. Also there are self repeating events that are stored in such a way that it's hard to tell on which date they are actually occuring. The calendar as a whole is a huge design issue in MyBB.
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(12-14-2011, 07:31 PM)frostschutz Wrote: There isn't a way currently, not in this plugin anyhow.

A way could probably be made with some effort - see the get_calendar_link() function (or in Google SEO, the google_seo_url_calendar() function). You'd have to come up with the proper rewrite rules to go with it.

However, the calendar offers so many different views (year view, month view, week view, day view, ...) that it's hard to bake all these into a year/month/day URL scheme. Also there are self repeating events that are stored in such a way that it's hard to tell on which date they are actually occuring. The calendar as a whole is a huge design issue in MyBB.

A simpler question then: What about just the calendar main view?

For my case, anyway, a few design tweaks I made render the "views" out of the equation. Thus, currently, the only thing I need is the main view.
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Hi,
How I can change
http://forum.com/User-Test
to
http://forum.com/user/Test
It is posible?
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It's possible, if you're willing to deal with some pitfalls. See the documentation on virtual directory structure.

Basically you have to change the user URL template to user/{url} and then make sure that there is a <base> tag in place to make relative links point back to http://forum.com/thread-something instead of http://forum.com/user/thread-something.
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How can we make it so that it is like this:
http://forum.com/users/test

Instead of this?:
http://forum.com/forums/users/test

Maybe this is not related to google seo, as I already tried but didn't succeed.
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