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I have site definition up to C.

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When accessing the properties in the URL Property page name is displayed. How to avoid it?

Current Url:Http:/Sitename/en/Propert Page/PropertyName

Expected URL:http:/Sitename/en/PropertyName

I tried Alias name didn't work. I searched and tried IIS redirect it also didn't work.

Anyone handled this scenario with simpler approach kindly guide me.

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  • You need to implement a rewrite processor. There are some modules on sitecore marketplace which allows you to perform url rewriting May 15 '18 at 22:04
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    The simplest solution is to move the pages. If you don't want to do that then re-think your information architecture because it is wrong. Maybe rename Property Page to Properties and make it a listing page instead of creating hacks to resolve it.
    – jammykam
    May 16 '18 at 0:43
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You can look into the below solution: https://stackoverflow.com/a/20605991/4129621

you have to override LinkProvider and ItemResolver for that as mentioned in above URL.

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It can be done using the sitecore alias. I'm not sure how you create alias. I have implemented this for one of my projects.

Sitecore Content Tree

  • Home
    • Blog
      • Categories
        • Cricket
        • Football

If you want to access a cricket page, url would be http://sitecore.local/blog/categories/cricket

But client wanted this page to be access like http://sitecore.local/blog/cricket

we have created an alias url as follows. 1. First create a alias item for Blog 2. Under Blog item, create an alias for Cricket and map the url to categories/cricket. 3. Do the similiar step for football. It will resolve your issue.

Another step: You have create your custom link provider & check for that particular page template. If you find, write your logics as per your requirement. https://gist.github.com/Adamsimsy/4c4af66a53d3b7ba2ebef5a46c067ca7

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  • i have 183 properties do i need to create alias name for all properties
    – sindu
    May 17 '18 at 14:20

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