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5/5/2014 10:57 AM
 

Question... is there a extension out there that can help me manage redirects in DNN?

Here is the situation. 

I have pages in a sub-directory (this isn't the same as the site getting installed in a sub-directory issue, but instead is a set of pages (200+) I've created in a sub-directory for organization sake) like this www.site.com/directory/pagename but the incoming URLs need to be www.site.com/pagename. So a BUNCH of redirects to the pages in the sub-directory.

So I am looking for  tool to manage all the redirects I need rather than putting all these in "Friendly URL Settings". I could do that... but that REALLY clutters up that area, and honestly doesn't seem appropriate.

Thank you.

 
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5/8/2014 4:10 AM
 
if the url's are in a predictable format you could use siteurls.config - see http://www.dnnsoftware.com/wiki/page/...

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