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[For 1.8] Google SEO 1.8.3
#31
How do I properly set this up with .htaccess? I used the .htaccess example provided but i still have a problem with the urls? It doesn't bring me to the proper page when I use your .htaccess file?

How can I get this set up properly?
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#32
Hi
Ive enabled Google SEO Redirect but its not working
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#33
Hi

Is it possible to do anything with URLs of these type:

http://www.example.com/thread-X?action=lastpost

By default the search engine receives a 302 Found response which redirects to

http://www.example.com/thread-X?pid=45#pid45

The plugin does allow you to put a canonical tag on the above URL, but the top URL still appears in the index, where you would like it to have a canonical tag onto  http://www.example.com/thread-X
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#34
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You more or less have to redirect users to ?pid=123#pid123 as not doing so would break the lastpost feature. And translating ?pid=123#pid123 to ?page=3#pid123 would break the direct link to post feature. So for the plugin it's not really an option to touch these.

You could tell Google to ignore all action= (or pid=) paramters here: https://www.google.com/webmasters/tools/...parameters however it might do more harm than good sometimes. You can also block some with robots.txt but that, too, should be handled with care...

Quote:http://www.example.com/thread-X?pid=45#pid45

but the top URL still appears in the index, where you would like it to have a canonical tag onto  http://www.example.com/thread-X

Canonical is only a hint for Google, there's only so much you can do. But in my experience those links are replaced with their canonical counterparts eventually. This also seems to be the case for you. pid=45 in your forum is the "how to use gravatar" thread, if I search Google for opel owners forum gravatar this is the result:

   

It's showing the canonical URL in the search result, not some ?pid=45

If you do a site search for this thread site:opelopcforum.co.za/Thread-How-to-use-a-Gravatar it does not even have any alternatives in its index.

So it seems to be working as intended.

It never hurts to double check. The Google Webmaster Tools also have a "Fetch as Googlebot" feature, use that and see if it gets valid html and the correct link rel canonical tag included.
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#35
I noticed this URL in the index today:

https://www.opelopcforum.co.za/Thread-WANTED-Mechanic

If you go to page 3 of site:opelopcforum.co.za

(05-27-2017, 04:17 PM)frostschutz Wrote: It never hurts to double check. The Google Webmaster Tools also have a "Fetch as Googlebot" feature, use that and see if it gets valid html and the correct link rel canonical tag included.

If you use Fetch as googlebot you get the 302 Found response.
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#36
I would like to see a dofollow/nofollow over ride in the url/text/editor.
As it is, it seems like nofollow is based on a time limit, sure, some
links may deserve a dofollow, while other links never deserve
a no follow, period, but if this is based on time limit, then sooner
or later the nofollow will turn to do follow....

time based nofollow does not fit, unless I missed something,
either all links have to be dofollow, or none at all....

personally, I think nofollow should be "default" for all then allow
admin change to "dofollow" as admin sees fit....
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#37
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@dsimms: The idea of the nofollow duration (which you can customize or disable) is to give moderators time to remove spam links that might have been posted. So by the time the links lose their nofollow flag and turn into regular links, there should no longer be links to any spam sites left because you or your moderators removed those.

If you want permanent nofollow links in your forum, you need to make a custom mycode for those, or use another plugin to handle dofollow/nofollow the way you want and disable nofollow on Google SEO side. This is out of scope for the Google SEO plugin.
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#38
Hi frostschutz,

I could not move messages from one subject to another.

I saw that you had updated your plugin and I updated it on my forum to solve this problem.

Version 1.8.1 STABLE Build # 2

Add support for multimoveposts hook

But I still can not move messages from one subject to another.

The URL for the invalid or empty. Please copy the exact URL into the textbox.
Please go back and try again.

Thanks in advance for helping me.
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#39
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@Pichorka: This is with latest MyBB version and your moderation.php is up to date? MyBB added this hook only recently.
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#40
@frostschutz

Thanks for your reply, I have not updated mybb since version 1.8.7 the following after testing (today 1.8.12) create a lot of problems with plugins that I use, or there Has more follow-up and are obsolete.

I'm also running PHP 7.1 which also caused me a lot of unresolved problems still at this time ...

I just checked the moderation.php file of my version mybb 1.8.7 and actually no hook> "moderation_do_multimoveposts"

You're right at 100%.

Even though I know that I will have to update quickly to mybb 1.8.12.

So I'm waiting for the update to mybb 1.8.12 change the moderation.php file and actually the hook added to Google SEO works fine, I can move messagesWink

Thank you very much frostshutz for your shared knowledge, your work and your precious help!

P.S .: Excuse my approximate English
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