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6/26/2014 4:14 PM
 

I have a successful upgrade from 6.2.8 to 7.2.2 and my site runs great.  I have turned on the FriendlyURL advanced mode and would like to make a few adjustments:  Here is an example:

http://dnndev/Employment/id/Factory Operator

 I would like to remove the /id/ querystring field names from the URL and also replace all spaces with dashes.  The resulting URL should look like this:

http://dnndev/Employment/Factory-Operator

another example:

http://dnndev/Product-Guide/id1/Critical Environment/id2/Stainless Steel Supply/id3/1333

http://dnndev/Product-Guide/Critical-Environment/Stainless-Steel-Supply/1333

Recommendations?

Dave Cline

 
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6/27/2014 3:40 PM
 
you can find some documentation on the url rewriter at http://www.dnnsoftware.com/wiki/page/... (also check out http://dnnurlmanagement.codeplex.com/ )

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6/30/2014 4:16 PM
 
I reviewed the wiki and also loaded up the DnnUrlManagement extension, unfortunately it appears neither addresses what I am trying to achieve.
 
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