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TfSEO 2: the free vBulletin url rewrite
Mod Version: 2.1, by superjeff (Coder) superjeff is offline
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vB Version: 3.7.x Rating: (46 votes - 4.59 average) Installs: 630
Released: 21 Mar 2008 Last Update: 19 Mar 2009 Downloads: 5300
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TfSEO 2.1

TfSEO is a powerful and free url rewrite for the vBulletin system: it rewrite forum, thread and post urls.
For me it's very hard to explain well all the feature of this plugin, soo the best way is test it.

How much does it weight on the server?

I have tested on my home server:
TfSEO enabled, heavy:

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TfSEO disabled, standart vburl:

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Like you can see product takes about +10ms per request.
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For Support and question you can contact me at davide {at} techforum .it

This product will be updatefor long time, I welcome (and really do ask for) any feedback, suggestions, issues, etc...

If you install it, click install.

Note: vbulletin will have by default a rewrite system from version 4.0 (beta should coming next month, april). I relly suggest you to wait, and not use this product. If the vb's rewrite will be great, i will no more update this product.

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TfSEO: a Light Url-Rewrite (thread and forum only) superjeff vBulletin 3.6 Add-ons 151 28 Jun 2009 16:27

  #16  
Old 23 Mar 2008, 15:09
nfn nfn is offline
 
Join Date: Feb 2007
Developing in English is a good practice an you can get more help.
My primary language isn't English too ... it's Portuguese!

Last edited by nfn : 23 Mar 2008 at 15:56.
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Old 23 Mar 2008, 18:02
jscieza jscieza is offline
 
Join Date: Apr 2007
Erm... how about this URL?
http://www.techforum.it/f46/connette...t-con-un-t780/

Compare the title of the thread and the rewrited URL, it seems to be slightly different :S
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  #18  
Old 23 Mar 2008, 18:05
jack bro jack bro is offline
 
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I think it is because it only puts the first few words from the title of the thread into the URL so if you have a thread which is titled with 50 words, the URL won't be massive.

Jack.
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Old 23 Mar 2008, 19:03
nfn nfn is offline
 
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I think is not using the last version because he is "eating" accents. You can define the number of words in the url.
Does Google penalize long urls?
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Old 23 Mar 2008, 20:20
superjeff superjeff is offline
 
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Originally Posted by jack bro View Post
I think it is because it only puts the first few words from the title of the thread into the URL so if you have a thread which is titled with 50 words, the URL won't be massive.

Jack.
It is true. I don't have much time, and the link structure in my forum is a bit different.
Originally Posted by nfn View Post
Does Google penalize long urls?
Usually, no. But have you ever see a very long url in a Google's serp? It's very bad. Google eat the url and write something like "yoursite.com/...". I think this is bad to see, and you could be penalize from the user that "jamp" your result.
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Old 24 Mar 2008, 05:07
neverstop neverstop is offline
 
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Hi,


The Previous/Next links do not seem to work. Are you going to release a plugin for vbadvanced cmps? Many users would find it useful.

Thanks for the mod, superjeff.
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Old 24 Mar 2008, 05:25
jscieza jscieza is offline
 
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I think that will be useful if you add an option to filter some words that are irrelevant for SEO purposes, I mean short words that Google and other search engines don't have in account when you make a search, words like: "to", "the", "of", and so on.

AFAIK these type of words aren't relevant. Is this really true?

And just in case that you add this option... it will have as a implicance a higher CPU load?

Thank you!
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Old 24 Mar 2008, 09:44
superjeff superjeff is offline
 
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UPDATED: Fix two bugs (due to a failure to load a template, thread/forums with many page) and improved support for character replacer!
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Old 24 Mar 2008, 09:58
superjeff superjeff is offline
 
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Originally Posted by neverstop View Post
Hi,


The Previous/Next links do not seem to work. Are you going to release a plugin for vbadvanced cmps? Many users would find it useful.

Thanks for the mod, superjeff.
The Previous/Next don't work because they have the "nofollow" attribute and a rewite of its will add two query every time you display a thread! The plugin for vbadvanced cmps is incoming.
Originally Posted by jscieza View Post
I think that will be useful if you add an option to filter some words that are irrelevant for SEO purposes, I mean short words that Google and other search engines don't have in account when you make a search, words like: "to", "the", "of", and so on.

AFAIK these type of words aren't relevant. Is this really true?

And just in case that you add this option... it will have as a implicance a higher CPU load?

Thank you!
This option is incoming, but below the vbadvanced plugin
It will no have implicance in a higher CPU load.
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Old 24 Mar 2008, 12:24
Jase2 Jase2 is offline
 
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I would suggest anyone holds off from this. Will this coder support this in the next version? If not, you're going have to uninstall -- meaning you lose ranking and indexed pages as they will have to be re-indexed.

Regards Jason
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Old 24 Mar 2008, 12:47
superjeff superjeff is offline
 
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Read first of write. Have you read the "introduction"?
This product will be update and supported for long time.
I have no just add it, you can check with the google cache.
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Old 24 Mar 2008, 18:07
jscieza jscieza is offline
 
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Thank you for your reply, superjeff.

I have three suggestions
  • When you have chance please upgrade your plugin in your live demo forum so visitors of this plugin will see it in action with the fixes that you're including with the new releases.
  • It would be nice if you put a change log of your mod.
  • How already some members said you, if possible make an effort to code your mod in english. vBulletin.org's hack programmers speak english and many of they don't understand italian... so it will be a bit hard for you to get help in case of problems where you need a hand.
I like this mod. Just waiting for the requested option and I will install it! Hope it will not take much time to be implemented
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Old 24 Mar 2008, 20:30
GoD Of The Pc GoD Of The Pc is offline
 
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Old 24 Mar 2008, 20:43
Jase2 Jase2 is offline
 
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Originally Posted by superjeff View Post
Read first of write. Have you read the "introduction"?

I have no just add it, you can check with the google cache.
Many users have said they will support their hacks for a long time; do many stick with it? NO! I am not disrespecting you or your hack; it is a good hack, but if you did stop support it and not heard of again -- then people would have problems.

Regards Jason
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Old 25 Mar 2008, 08:59
superjeff superjeff is offline
 
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I'm going to add all these suggest, but it will take me much time.
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Thank you

Many users have said they will support their hacks for a long time; do many stick with it? NO! I am not disrespecting you or your hack; it is a good hack, but if you did stop support it and not heard of again -- then people would have problems.
If this plugin will dead tomorrow, you can buy a license of NuSEO or VbSEO ad customize the url-rewrite setting. You will not lose any serp. (or you can set by .htaccess a 301 rewite to standarts urls)
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