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TOPIC: OpenSEF
#67
OpenSEF 10 Years, 7 Months ago  
OpenSEF support in as many ways as possible would be GREAT! Any plans?
#67
OpenSEF 10 Years, 7 Months ago  
OpenSEF support in as many ways as possible would be GREAT! Any plans?
#3102
Re:OpenSEF 10 Years, 7 Months ago  
Please I need support for openSEF, excellent component! :)
#3159
Re:OpenSEF 10 Years, 7 Months ago  
I also need this. There already exists a SEF Extension but only for Artio JoomSef. I don\'t know if it works with OpenSEF. ([url=http://www.bestofjoomla.com/component/option,com_fireboard/Itemid,38/func,view/id,2663/catid,3/limit,12/limitstart,0/]click[/url])
#3219
Re:OpenSEF 10 Years, 7 Months ago  
On one site, I use OpenSEF and SMF. My URL for a category looks like /forum/board,92.0/. With or without SEF enabled, it works well on the search engines.

On another site, I use OpenSEF and Fireboard as a test. The URL for a category looks like forum/func,showcat/catid,2/. I would also assume this works well on the search engines.

Moving forward with Fireboard, I highly suggest that if an OpenSEF extension is created that it at least uses a numerical ID system for posts, threads, categories and forums. I remember a time with Joomlaboard and the OpenSEF extension, threads with similar names were useless because of the lack of a numerical ID system. I\'d suggest a URL like that listed below:

/forum/catname-1/subcatname-1/threadname-1/postname-1.html
#3745
Re:OpenSEF 10 Years, 6 Months ago  
I have developed a sef_ext.php which should support OpenSEF.
I need all of your help to find and solve any bug within it. [file name=sef_ext.txt size=15137]http://www.bestofjoomla.com/components/com_fireboard/uploaded/files/sef_ext.txt[/file]
#3774
Re:OpenSEF 10 Years, 6 Months ago  
hi,
the \"replace special characters\" feature doesn\'t work at all
i.e. it doesn\'t change ąłó to alo etc in post names in the url
can You fix it?

Post edited by: qba, at: 2007/04/28 21:30
qba
#3778
Re:OpenSEF 10 Years, 6 Months ago  
[b]qba wrote:[/b]
[quote]hi,
the \"replace special characters\" feature doesn\'t work at all
i.e. it doesn\'t change ąłó to alo etc in post names in the url
can You fix it?<br><br>Post edited by: qba, at: 2007/04/28 21:30[/quote]

Dear Friend,

it is impossible for me to support all languages, special char etc. by me alone.

I am a decent programmer but totally new to Joomla and its stuffs. I am just 4 months old in this field.
I need more supporter to complete the CODE.

Pls, post your URL where it is running.
#3791
Re:OpenSEF 10 Years, 6 Months ago  
Hi Iosoft. Thanks for the plugin.

I renamed your file to .php and uploaded it to the fireboard folder but the urls aren\'t changing.
I\'m using the latest opensef, with not page cache components or anything like that.

any ideas?
#3913
Re:OpenSEF 10 Years, 6 Months ago  
[b]arielp wrote:[/b]
[quote]Hi Iosoft. Thanks for the plugin.

I renamed your file to .php and uploaded it to the fireboard folder but the urls aren\'t changing.
I\'m using the latest opensef, with not page cache components or anything like that.

any ideas?[/quote]


You have to enable it from the OpenSEF control panel (Backend).
#4039
Re:OpenSEF 10 Years, 6 Months ago  
What about Sef Advance? Of course, opensef is for free, but many users like me are using sef advance from sakic.net and i think a forum like this should be useful with sef advance.

I hope the development will help :-)
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