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How to configure my URL [message #168711] Tue, 02 July 2013 15:11 Go to next message
Daniel is currently offline  Daniel   United States
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Sorry to be a bother, but I was looking around online for a good step by step tutorial about moving my fudforum files to a subdomain so I could make a webpage using my domain name and linking my forums to that page. I have yet to find a complete guide on how to do that in detail.. like configuration to reflect the URL and path changes, whether I need to save the mysql file to my computer when copying the files/etc. My host provider wasnt much help. I just dont want to make any mistakes and have to rebuild the forum again. Does anyone know of a good tutorial for this that's easy to understand?

Thanks in advance for your time and consideration.


P.S. the subdomain folder has already bee made. Just haven't moved past that point.

Aw: How to configure my URL [message #168729 is a reply to message #168711] Mon, 08 July 2013 23:35 Go to previous message
alopezie is currently offline  alopezie   Germany
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Not a big thing.
Copy files to subdir
Edit /includes/GLOBALS.php and add Subdir to all path directives. Maybe with search&replace.
No change with or to MYSQL
Should be done

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