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Using your portal as your site home page.
#11
You could technically use .htaccess and a little PHP if you want to make forums.php come up as /forums/ as well. (Just an idea)
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#12
(02-04-2009, 12:01 AM)Zash Wrote: You could technically use .htaccess and a little PHP if you want to make forums.php come up as /forums/ as well. (Just an idea)

RewriteRule forums/ forums.php
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(02-04-2009, 12:04 AM)TomL Wrote:
(02-04-2009, 12:01 AM)Zash Wrote: You could technically use .htaccess and a little PHP if you want to make forums.php come up as /forums/ as well. (Just an idea)

RewriteRule forums/ forums.php
I was thinking that too, but how do you transform any /forum.php or /index.php links into /forums/ links? Kinda like what the SEO plugin does? So there wouldn't be any duplicate content.
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(02-04-2009, 02:04 AM)Zash Wrote:
(02-04-2009, 12:04 AM)TomL Wrote:
(02-04-2009, 12:01 AM)Zash Wrote: You could technically use .htaccess and a little PHP if you want to make forums.php come up as /forums/ as well. (Just an idea)

RewriteRule forums/ forums.php
I was thinking that too, but how do you transform any /forum.php or /index.php links into /forums/ links? Kinda like what the SEO plugin does? So there wouldn't be any duplicate content.
I don't think you could. You could move index.php(forums.php) to forums, and then just do:
RewriteRule forums/ forums/index.php
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(02-04-2009, 02:07 AM)TomL Wrote:
(02-04-2009, 02:04 AM)Zash Wrote:
(02-04-2009, 12:04 AM)TomL Wrote:
(02-04-2009, 12:01 AM)Zash Wrote: You could technically use .htaccess and a little PHP if you want to make forums.php come up as /forums/ as well. (Just an idea)

RewriteRule forums/ forums.php
I was thinking that too, but how do you transform any /forum.php or /index.php links into /forums/ links? Kinda like what the SEO plugin does? So there wouldn't be any duplicate content.
I don't think you could. You could move index.php(forums.php) to forums, and then just do:
RewriteRule forums/ forums/index.php
An SEO plugin did that.
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#16
Yeah I know (@Beatrix Kiddo). But I was asking if it was possible to make the portal.php as mysite.domain, and the forums mysite.domain/forum (or forum.mysite.domain.. whatever).
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#17
(02-04-2009, 03:32 PM)Icy Wrote: Yeah I know (@Beatrix Kiddo). But I was asking if it was possible to make the portal.php as mysite.domain, and the forums mysite.domain/forum (or forum.mysite.domain.. whatever).

Yes, it's possible. Toungue
If you type in either yoursite.domian or yoursite.domain/index.php it will be the same. Toungue
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#18
How do you get to the forum off the portal?
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#19
Add a link in the header template.
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#20
Ok now your talking some foreign language. Can i do that from the admin panel?
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