Last post May 04, 2005 12:38 PM by adefwebserver
May 04, 2005 06:10 AM|ozonic|LINK
I have managed to convince management to start using DNN - but SEO(search engine optimization) is very important. I nearly had to write a PMS myself - except someone came across a site written in DNN that had good ratings.
So what I would like to know is how do I rewrite a URL
This is my exact requirement
old URL : http://www.myserv.com/default.aspx?tabid=313
New URL : http://www.myserv.com/mypagedescription.htm
Is this possible?
May 04, 2005 07:17 AM|anthony.glenwright|LINK
Check out our URL rewriter "HrefExchanger" for DNN 2.1.2 and 3 -
http://www.inventua.com/dnn-hrefexchanger.content. It rewrites URLs as you describe, using the tab name as the page name.
Note: If you want to use the "htm" extension, you will have to alter IIS settings to direct the HTM file extension to the .NET ISAPI dll - refer to the section "3. Configure Internet Information Services (IIS)" in the page referred to
above. This will break any "real" htm files you may be using. In my opinion - you'd be better off using the .aspx extension, although HrefExchanger will use the.htm extension if that's a fixed requirement.
May 04, 2005 08:05 AM|xddg|LINK
I lerrrrrve.. my url rewriter.. it's so funky -
Very cool module - I can't recommend it highly enough! - Anthony Glenwright has done an excellent job on this and is a fastidious developer, with a great support forum..
May 04, 2005 12:38 PM|adefwebserver|LINK
You told me about the rewriter in another post. At that time I planned to just get the source code and fix the module I was having an issue with. However I have not had the time so I am ready to use the module. I have ready everything on the page and all I
get is confused!
My question, can I simply put a "rule" in that will take this:
and turn it into this:
and if so how?