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  • Uros Sankovic 107 posts 134 karma points
    Jun 05, 2010 @ 16:27
    Uros Sankovic

    Site structure with subfolders

    Hi, maybe it's a stupid question.... How can I make a site structure like this:


          - subfolder 1

    - subpage1/1

    - subpage1/2


    -subfolder 2

    -subpage 2/1

    -subpage 2/2



    and then if the user selects subpage 1/1, it would look like:

    THX for any suggestions.


  • Rich Green 2246 posts 4008 karma points
    Jun 05, 2010 @ 18:43
    Rich Green

    Hi Uros,

    There is nothing unusual about this structure, you can just set your nodes up as you have described.

    Then just add a navigation XSLT from the template and you should be good to go.

    Write back if you have any specific problems, or if I have misunderstood your question.



  • Janet Kirklen 102 posts 212 karma points
    Sep 13, 2010 @ 23:11
    Janet Kirklen

    Do you have to use XSLT navigation for your site to be able to have subfolders?

  • Janet Kirklen 102 posts 212 karma points
    Sep 13, 2010 @ 23:23
    Janet Kirklen

    I found a partial answer to my question in this post by Ploug Hansen.  Seeing the subfolder in the URL is controled by a flag in the web.config.  I made this change and it worked.

  • Ferry Meidianto 36 posts 63 karma points
    Sep 14, 2010 @ 10:23
    Ferry Meidianto

    Hi Janet,

    Yes, it was controled by "umbracoHideTopLevelNodeFromPath" application setting.

    I suggest not to use slash ("/") as Node name as it has a meaning in URI. You can use dash ("-") instead.

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