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11/18/2013 7:39 PM
 
Hi,

I am running a DNN 07.00.02 (1) site with multiple child portals.

The client supplied a html file that has all sorts of Java Script and CSS in it, which I have given up trying to import into a DNN HTML module, so i linked it from a DNN Page instead, and it renders perfectly.

BUT

When I link from a page in the portal (/bd/breakthoughdevice.aspx) to the file on my site (index.html) the un-aliased path is displayed.

www .../bd/breakthoughdevice.aspx links to www...//Portals/18/index.html

What can i do to keep the link, AND the Alias...

I dont want the user to see the raw URL, I want them to see www .../bd/something

Any Ideas?

regards
TheTimp
 
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11/25/2013 11:15 PM
 
if you made a new page, then put the file on the page and went to functionality> page settings and changed the name of the page and title of the page to Title of the document
might work?
 
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