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Old 21 Nov 2013, 19:12
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Thanks for this, I would have thought they'd be more rewrites than that? Is it really that simple? Has anyone successfully uninstalled without loosing any inbound links.

--------------- Added 19 Nov 2013 at 16:13 ---------------

Managed to turn VBSEO off and reroute all threads. How do I do the same for forums/members/blogs etc?

--------------- Added 19 Nov 2013 at 17:57 ---------------

Got all threads and forums working now, what about members/blogs/articles etc?

--------------- Added 20 Nov 2013 at 14:14 ---------------

Any clues on rerouting the CMS/Blogs/Community pages?
does the above re write works perfectly for threads / forum(Sections) ?

m also interested to know rewrite for members/blogs/articles :-s
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Old 22 Nov 2013, 07:48
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Threads and forums worked great, it's just the blogs and CMS I'm struggling with
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Old 09 Dec 2013, 14:31
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Anyone had any joy with rewrites for the blogs, CMS and Groups yet?
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Old 09 Dec 2013, 19:40
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I too was worried about my website and I had just paid VBSEO for a renewal right before I discovered it was dead!

I just switched over to the DragonByte SEO its still in pre-Released Beta but as it is right now it works just as good if not better for me then the VBSEO... Getting a lot of hits from search engines and misc users... Seems my forums show more for search results too... Most likely the same as VBSEO was. And the DragonByte SEO does have a upgrade script to upgrade from VBSEO to DragonByte SEO which was a huge plus to me.

My forums are not anything really I just like playing around with this stuff as a hobby more or less...
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Old 24 Feb 2014, 13:21
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I wish to remove it but I love LIKE plugin they have want to keep LIKE plugin ONLY is it possible?
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Old 24 Feb 2014, 13:35
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I wish to remove it but I love LIKE plugin they have want to keep LIKE plugin ONLY is it possible?
there's plenty of other Like plugins
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Old 24 Feb 2014, 18:03
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I am glad I got rid of it and am now using the Vbulletin advanced friendly urls. No need for the mod rewrite urls really.

Removal was a royal pita though but mostly because we had non standard urls and we had changed a couple times.

I hired Ikopylov to take care of the htaccess for me and he has done an amazing job. If you guys are removing this and need help with htaccess this is the guy to go to. I had over 46,000 not found urls and over 6,000 server errors due to broken urls.

Removal was not easy but well worth it. It is one less major thing I have to worry about when upgrading, etc.

##yeah, there are other Post Likes and a good thumbs up mod as well. That is what I use now. No need for the Vbseo likes system.
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Old 25 Feb 2014, 07:58
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I am glad I got rid of it and am now using the Vbulletin advanced friendly urls. No need for the mod rewrite urls really.

Removal was a royal pita though but mostly because we had non standard urls and we had changed a couple times.

I hired Ikopylov to take care of the htaccess for me and he has done an amazing job. If you guys are removing this and need help with htaccess this is the guy to go to. I had over 46,000 not found urls and over 6,000 server errors due to broken urls.

Removal was not easy but well worth it. It is one less major thing I have to worry about when upgrading, etc.

##yeah, there are other Post Likes and a good thumbs up mod as well. That is what I use now. No need for the Vbseo likes system.
How much did it cost?
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Old 25 Feb 2014, 17:50
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Just shoot him a pm. He checked out my broken urls, etc using webmaster tools and than gave me a price. I am sure it would be different for every site depending on how messed up it is. It was an amazing price and he put tons of time in. It was well worth it. I just wish I did it sooner instead of spending weeks writing my own redirects, most of which were not even set up correctly.

I read through Matt Cutts blog a while ago that the way urls errors were displayed was being changed. Normally, even if you fix a url it will show as an error because it reports on the original url and not the redirected one. They were rolling this out about a month ago or so and I am waiting for4 this to go into effect. Most of my ruls have been fixed, impressions have gone back up, uniques have gone up but I still see the errors in webmaster tools. I can verify they are fixed also.

Something else I am confused about sort of related to Vbseo is the removal of the Vbseo sitemap mod. I removed it a couple months ago and switched to the Vbulletin standard. I removed the old sitemaps and resubmitted the new ones to google a couple months ago and yet it appears those old sitemaps are still indexed.

I can tell this because when I click on broken urls in the tools and then go to the tab for pages that link it still shows those old sitemaps! Why are they there and how do I get rid of them? I have requested removal, blocked the vbseo sitemap urls and have linked the new sitemap in robots.txt. The fact that google is still using those old ones is an issue because the urls were diffent at that time.

Thanks,
Rich

PS - Had this work done mostly last week and I figure results should improve more every day for a couple or few weeks as Google indexes the changes. It is nice though to already see improvement after a couple days!
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Old 25 Feb 2014, 19:02
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Originally Posted by RichieBoy67 View Post
##yeah, there are other Post Likes and a good thumbs up mod as well. That is what I use now. No need for the Vbseo likes system.
not many integrated to vbexperience tho vbseo like does
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Old 21 Mar 2014, 16:09
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It's the members rewrite I'm struggling with the most. Anyone here figured it?
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Old 28 Apr 2014, 23:41
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Remove vbseo and keep my url using Mod Rewrite Friendly URLs vbulletin, this is possible? attached a picture with my configuration vBSEO.

Thanks for the help.

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Old 29 Apr 2014, 08:35
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You posted that gigantic image in your own thread already, and your question has been answered there. No need to spread it any further.
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