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I have a website with different sections that have their own hostname assigned to them (multiple sites in one umbraco instance). These different sections are always visible in a "level 0" top navigation. Lets call it a sort of portal like website.
My problem right now is that i can target the same pages from all the domains. Example:
Gallery page on the correct domain would be:
www.website1.com/gallery.aspx but this is available through i.e. www.website2.com/website1/gallery.aspx
I could fix it with 301's, but that's not very automatic :/
The pages are build kinda strangely to get the "Frontpage" link on the same level as the level 1 nodes. I didn't know better navigation xslt back when i made it (my first umbraco site):
Domain 1 (frontpage node redirects to first child which is called Frontpage) - Frontpage - Etc
Domain 2 (frontpage node redirects to first child which is called Frontpage) - Frontpage
Domain 3 (frontpage node redirects to first child which is called Frontpage) - Frontpage
Is there a way to set the hrefs of the level 0 nodes equal to their hostname record (www.domain.com) through instead of /nodename.aspx.
This was a known bug which was fixed in the latest release of Umbraco 4.6.1
We had the same issue and by upgrading it fixed it :)
I'm so afraid to upgrade - all evil on earth will come down upon me :D
Oh well i have no way around it then i guess, thank god for localhost :-)
Wait for 4.6.2 before upgrading...
Just wonder why you've recommended that? Have you found any specific breaking changes in 4.6.1?
Not really, but isn´t it just around the corner???
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