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[Closed] I am running on a dedicated subdomain. is slug required?

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(@shaunl)
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My forum is on a dedicated subdomain like forum.domain.com is there any way to remove the slug in the settings.

so instead of 

forum.domain.com/community/subforum1

just forum.domain.com/subforum1

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Chris
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(@chris)
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Hi @shaunl,

Go to Dashboard > Forums > Settings > General Tab and Enable "Turn WordPress to wpForo" option.

Also read these Doc's:

https://wpforo.com/docs/root/getting-started/forum-page/turn-wordpress-to-wpforo/

https://wpforo.com/docs/root/getting-started/forum-page/set-forum-on-home-page/

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(@shaunl)
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That worked great. I misunderstood the "If you want to set forum on home page, please do not use the "Turn WordPress to wpForo" option."

Thank you.

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(@shaunl)
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I see the feature is in beta.

a couple things "Currently the header and footer comes from WordPress theme, but this will also be changed in near future releases."

please make that optional. not forced.

 

is there anywhere I can adjust theme settings? specifically, I do not like the stretched format and would like some margins at the side.

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(@shaunl)
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Ok. If I understand right, we are using css for now. I do not know CSS very well. I was able to correct this by setting the width to 95%.

The sidebar is too big. I tried this which I thought looked right but it is not working.

.wpforo-content {
width: 78%; !important;
}

.wpforo-right-sidebar {
width: 20%; !important;
}

Any help is appreciated.

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