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1/11/2014 5:14 PM
 

I have several sites that were installed with later versions of 6.xx or 7.00.00. I have upgraded them regularly with each release of DNN. They are all now running 7.1.02 or 7.2.0. However, the friendly URL options are not available in the page settings. And, we want to remove the .aspx from urls.

How do we 

1. Remove the .aspx in the urls

2. Get the Page URL option box in the Page Settings

Thanks.


Hawaii Web Design and SEO by One Wave Designs
 
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1/11/2014 6:30 PM
 

Legacy site dont have the advanced url manager turned on by default - you need to do this manually by making a small change to your sites web.config.

Have a look at -  http://www.dnnsoftware.com/wiki/page/...

Westa

 
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