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7/11/2014 11:30 AM
 

Hello,

I recently switched our site from the "humanfriendly" URL format to "advanced".

For the most part, this has been great. But, there was a page where I changed the page name a few weeks ago. That page, and those under it, now have the wrong URL - they show with the URL of the old page name. I know I can manually change them all, but, does anybody know if there's some way to reset the URLs and just have them use the default? I actually would have figured there'd be a setting on the page for "use custom URL" that I could just leave off.

Mike

 
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7/11/2014 2:23 PM
 
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