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  1. Spanner is it possible to add an option to find similar topics in the same forum only? For example similar topics displayed below this topic would only be from this forum "Support Modyfikacji Premium".
  2. Yes. I thought perhaps chmod 644 was an issue, but I changed it to 755, and that didn't help either.
  3. Received the following error after install: Fatal error: require_once() [function.require]: Failed opening required '/home/xxxx/public_html/forum/admin/applications/forums/sources/classes/classDB31SimilarTopics.php' (include_path='.:/usr/lib/php:/usr/local/lib/php:/usr/local/lsws/lsphp5:/home/xxxx/public_html/forum/ips_kernel/') in /home/xxxx/public_html/forum/hooks/db31similarTopicsBelowFastReply_e1999ee3159a693aec6d4182xxxxxxxx.php on line 31 Note: lsws is Litespeed webserver. Not running Apache.
  4. Nothing in SEO is black and white. I can't get too specific because it was an NDA (non-disclosure) session, however an employee of a top search engine company said that site maps with all or most priority ratings being equal, will lose trust. The major impact being new topics won't be included in the index as quickly. I think you'd have to be careful with this. Especially on high traffic sites, it would be seen as spamming.
  5. Spanner, ever consider adding the ability of the sitemap to display dynamic priority and frequency? When a sitemap displays the same priority and frequency for every topic, search engines lose trust. New topics probably aren't indexed as fast, and most popular topics aren't aren't indexed as often as they could be. Here's a snippet of vbseo's sitemap: if($vboptions['vbseo_sm_priority_smart']) { if($threadrow['sticky']) { $prior = 1; } else { $rate = $threadrow['votenum'] ? $threadrow['votetotal']/$threadrow['votenum'] : 0; $relp1 = vbseo_math_avg_weight($threadrow['views'], 0, $st['maxv'], $st['avgv']); $relp2 = vbseo_math_avg_weight($threadrow['replycount'], 0, $st['maxre'], $st['avgre']); $relp3 = $rate/5; $relp4 = $max_ping?$mp_array[$threadrow['threadid']]/$max_ping:0; $relp = $relp1*0.45 + $relp2*0.25 + $relp3*0.15 + $relp4*0.15; } } $prior = vbseo_sm_priority($vboptions['vbseo_sm_priority_rt'], $relp); if($vboptions['vbseo_sm_freq_tsmart']) { $dpassed = (time() - $threadrow['lastpost'])/86400; if($dpassed<3)$freq = 'daily'; else if($dpassed<10)$freq = 'weekly'; else if($dpassed<100)$freq = 'monthly'; else $freq = 'yearly'; }else $freq = $vboptions['vbseo_sm_freq_t']; To calculate priority they use an algorithm comparing a value, to it's maximum and average. For example the number of views a topic has received, versus the maximum views and average views of all topics. Then assign a percentage of importance. Here, topic views receive the most priority (45%), then number of replies (25%), topic rating (15%), and finally topicID (15%). I assume topicID is weighted to value new topics higher. Pinned topics receive maximum priority (1.0). Frequency is determined by last post date; <3 days = daily, <10 days = weekly, <100 days = monthly, >100 days = yearly.
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