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Hi,

I have a question I hope you can help me

Can you change the Forums prefix? Just as the user prefix?

Thank you

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Thanks for the quick answer,

There is no possibility that somehow to make?

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What are you trying to do? Share one forum between multiple sites?
If so, check out this thread on CMSAll - this is for multiple sites, 1 user database, 1 forum using ForumsPro

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Hello @ rlgura

Many thanks for your answer,

You are right, I will make several pages and a forum and a user database use with the user database without problems, I realized that the forum will be difficult but

I read with by the link I hope I get this out:)
Thank you

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Thank @ rlgura it has everything works great you were a great help to me;)

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Very Happy We are all here to help. Very Happy

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