I test vBadvanced CMPS, on a V3.6.5 of vBulletin, with the "The quick 'n' dirty ultra simple vBulletin SEO hack " hack writed by cscgal.
The forums are on the dir: /forum

The url's are correctly rewrited in the dir /forum, but, on the root path: / where is the index page of vBadvanced CMPS, the url format for threads is : "showthread.php?p=5

Why the index dont rewrite the url's?

The vB SEO hack rewrites urls that are in the format:
<a href="showthread.php
But your vBAdvanced page has urls in the format:
<a href="forum/showthread.php
Therefore, you need to create new rules to accomidate that.

Basically just copy the "showthread.php" line but make it "/forum/showthread.php" or similar.

Basically just copy the "showthread.php" line but make it "/forum/showthread.php" or similar.

Just in the .Htaccess file, or .Htaccess + the Hack code?

All lines when the bad url's (showthread.php) is mentioned?..

Just the lines in the format "showthread.php?t=123" or whichever format it is that vBAdvanced uses.

Just in .httaccess, httpd.con or in php.ini file.


Regards
Hank Freid

I test vBadvanced CMPS, on a V3.6.5 of vBulletin, with the "The quick 'n' dirty ultra simple vBulletin SEO hack " hack writed by cscgal.
The forums are on the dir: /forum

The url's are correctly rewrited in the dir /forum, but, on the root path: / where is the index page of vBadvanced CMPS, the url format for threads is : "showthread.php?p=5

Why the index dont rewrite the url's?

Because some of the sites are not allowing url's. Some of the sites has conditions before rewriting the url's in index.