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4/15/2016 11:29 AM
 
Hi,
I have enabled advanced URLs in the web.config on a 7.4.2 website and suddenly the legal notice (which was inserted in the original skin through a text skin object) gives a 404. The old URL was /en-gb/legalnotice.aspx, but the page now is at /en/legal-notice. The URL in the skin object has not been updated. Same story for the /fr side, obviously. In this case the legal notice is a real, customised page and not the default dnn standard, therefore it's important. Is there a way to fix that? An ugly workaround is to modify the skin and insert a pane etc., I'd rather avoid that, if possible.

Any suggestions? Why that skin object fails to convert to advanced URLs?
I will much appreciate advices and comments, please.

Regards
Franco
 
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4/18/2016 5:45 AM
 
Forget this one, please, just my own mistake. Nothing wrong on dnn side.
 
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