I am in the process of moving an existing blog site into EPiServer but having a few difficulties with the Url routing.
The existing blog site has its urls like this - blog.com/year/month/name-of-post
However I have set up the nodes in EPiServer in a slightly different structure as seen below -
So by default the url is - blog.com/dates/year/month/blog-post-name
So my question is this; is there an easy way to remove 'dates' from the url?
I've checked out a guide which can be found here http://joelabrahamsson.com/custom-routing-for-episerver-content/ but this method removes all the nodes from the url and the way I've done it feels rather hacky and would be rather resource intensive. So any alternatives to this method would be great, if however this is the only way I can paste in what I've written so far as I'm pretty certain it's not the best way to do this!
Thanks for your time!
I have the same question so I thought comment on here instead of starting a new thread.
Did you manage to find a solution for this? Anyone else did?
I basically need to get rid of the parent page's name in the URL.
Help would be very much appreciated!
Hi think that partial routers is a proper solution in that case.
The blog mentioned by Joe: http://joelabrahamsson.com/custom-routing-for-episerver-content/ is a good starting point.