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7/8/2016 5:21 AM
 

Hello I got a question regarding the option "No redirect" within the page details of a DNN webpage. On default this option is not selected. Which means that each page has a redirect.

You can set it manually to not redirect. Now I encountered some problems in Safari with anchors and I found on StackOverflow that if within a page a redirect header is active then the anchors will not work. So I selected the "No redirect" and everything works perfectly in all browsers.

Now I am still interested why every page had a default redirect option. What is it for? Can anyone explain me why?

Perhaps interesting to note I am using DNN 7.4

 
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7/8/2016 10:02 AM
 
The purpose of this setting is to prevent page redirects when you have mobile device detection enabled or when a page is moved.  In all those cases DNN will setup automatic redirect rules.  Checking this box will cause it to ignore the redirect rules.

Joe Brinkman
DNN Corp.
 
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