Stephen26 wrote:You did exactly this?
If you want the .htaccess file in your phpBB / forum folder:
Administration Control Panel -> phpBB SEO -> .htaccess -> Scroll down -> More Options: Yes -> Submit -> Scroll down again -> .htaccess location:
Put the .htaccess in the phpBB folder ? -> Yes -> Submit. Now copy and paste the generated code in the .htaccess file in your phpBB folder and clear the board cache again.
$this->cache_config['settings'] = array ( 'url_rewrite' => true, 'modrtype' => 3, 'sql_rewrite' => true,
igento wrote:phpbb_cache.php file. Do you see something in there that is wrong?
igento wrote:We have succesfully installed phpbb and phpbb seo in the subcategorie domain/forum.
Stephen26 wrote:igento wrote:phpbb_cache.php file. Do you see something in there that is wrong?
Not really.igento wrote:We have succesfully installed phpbb and phpbb seo in the subcategorie domain/forum.
May I ask what exactly you mean by this. Did you make a fresh installation of phpBB and then manually added Ultimate SEO URL v0.7.0?
Because that wouldn't make much sense, you could simply use the phpBB SEO Premod V 3.0.11 - That would be less troublesome and work for sure.
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