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    Default how do I move my site from www.mysite.com/zen to just www.mysite.com ?

    after i get the page finished how do i change the address from www.************.com/zen
    to just www.************.com/ index thanks for the help

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    Default Re: how do I move my site from www.mysite.com/zen to just www.mysite.com ?

    If you have sight issues, a visit to an optometrist is advised.

    (EDIT: Ah.. I see you got sight of your error! )
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    Default Re: how do I move my site from www.mysite.com/zen to just www.mysite.com ?

    schoolboy, wouldn't it have been more helpful to have pointed them to the FAQ for their topic rather than smacking them around for a spelling mistake?

    http://tutorials.zen-cart.com/index.php?article=122
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    Default Re: how do I move my site from www.mysite.com/zen to just www.mysite.com ?

    Quote Originally Posted by DrByte View Post
    schoolboy, wouldn't it have been more helpful to have pointed them to the FAQ for their topic rather than smacking them around for a spelling mistake?

    http://tutorials.zen-cart.com/index.php?article=122
    Yeah.. It was just a light-hearted joke... I am prone to being humerous occasionally. (humourous)

    I was going to get back to it... apologies for any offence (or as those in the US would say offense .
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    Default Re: how do I move my site from www.mysite.com/zen to just www.mysite.com ?

    no offence i spell like crap i thought it was very funny thanks for pointing me in the right direction...

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    Default Re: how do I move my site from www.mysite.com/zen to just www.mysite.com ?

    When you're done moving the site from the folder to root, if searchengines have already indexed the site using URLs in the folder, you'll need to add some redirects so that visitors coming from SERPs don't just hit the 404 error page and leave. These redirects will also signal to the searchengines to update what they have indexed from your site.

    http://www.zen-cart.com/forum/showth...=150620&page=2

 

 

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