Using Alternate Page URLs in Concrete5

For those of you that have recreated a website (or just modified page names as your site grew), the ability to have an old page path redirected to where you want it instead of showing a “404” or “No such Page” message is of obvious importance. A simple method of adding alternate page URLs is covered in the following screen-cast and it will help keep your website relevant to visitors as well as aiding search engines in directing visitors to the appropriate page.

If you have questions about this or are curious about other topics, feel free to contact me at adrian.rick@arvixe.com

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Adrian is an "Enthusiastic Website Junky" and active member of the Concrete5 community. As the operations manager for a midwestern manufacturer, he is responsible for the development and maintenence of several commercial websites. His company, Advertisers Resource Company (AdReCo Media) specializes in creating user friendly websites using the open source CMS Concrete5.

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