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I have a client that needs the media folders on their website to be more SEO friendly. For example, a PDF in the current Umbraco site would be domain.com/media/11100/filename.pdf. What the need for it to say is domain.com/pdf/filename.pdf for seo purposes. I know I can create a folder called "pdf" and ftp the files, but how would I go about doing is so that my client can upload to the folder via Umbraco and linking to it with a content picker?
have you ever considered using URL Rewrite?
I am not sure how I would go about doing that and how would this affect a link like ?
Did anyone come up with a solution?
Yes, but you can only change the media folder to a new name. Look in the FileSystemProviders.config file below.
Change "media" to the folder you want it to be called.
<add key="virtualRoot" value="~/media/" />
We created another folder on the server called "pdfs" for our pdf files and for now ftp them up. I am looking for a way for clients to manage files on the server through the backoffice.
Is there any way to accomplish this in Umbraco 8? Really need this.
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