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Old 16 Jul 2009, 16:12
crzylee crzylee is offline
 
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Move forum to a different page

Currently my forum is on the root of my site, I am in the process of creating a new index.html page and want to redirect my forums to http://www.msmudclub.com/forums.php

I'm thinking my forum is index.php, and if I rename that to forum.php will this work? I am sure there are places in the code I need to change the path also.


Seems simple.. is it?


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Old 16 Jul 2009, 16:17
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Just change 'index' to 'forums' in vboptions > forum home page options (I think that's the place).
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Old 16 Jul 2009, 16:23
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Thanks Lynne, I would still need to rename my index.php to forums.php right? I'm thinking I do.. seems basic webpage 102
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Old 16 Jul 2009, 17:17
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As it says...
Script Name for Forum Home Page
This option allows you to set the script name of the page that acts as your forum home page. By default this will be 'index' (meaning index.php but you may want to call it 'forum' or whatever else you like for your own purposes.

If you change this value you must manually rename the forumhome PHP script to match the new value.
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