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Thread: How to make cmps_index.php load outside forum root

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    Default How to make cmps_index.php load outside forum root

    This is my setup:

    www.domain.com/forum/forum.php

    I have upload all vBadvanced CMPS files to:

    www.domain.com/forum

    cmps_index.php is located in:

    www.domain.com/cmps_index.php

    $forumpath = ''; is set in cmps_index.php to forum

    when calling www.domain.com/cmps_index.php vba loads fine but i want to vba to load when entering www.domain.com.

    i have tested to rename cmps_index.php to index.php but it will just redirect me to www.domain.com/forum

    Question is is it possible to have vba installed in domain.com/forum and vba index file in domain.com ???

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    Quote Originally Posted by pandapanda View Post
    i have tested to rename cmps_index.php to index.php but it will just redirect me to www.domain.com/forum
    Make sure you don't have any other index.* files in your root.
    Also check your .htaccess file and make sure it does not contain a redirect

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