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Folder name & file name conflict

Is there a way to use a file name of 'abc' and a folder called 'abc' so that inside the folder of 'abc', all of the rest of the content related to it can be placed? (Ex: www.this.com/abc.ext & www.this.com/abc/d.ext)

Or would I need to do something like change the pathing of the parent page for that content and the parent page has to live in that folder and be initially called something else, or some other round about thing?

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Crownpeak Employee
Crownpeak Employee

Re: Folder name & file name conflict

Hi,

You're right, you can’t have the “/abc” folder and “abc” page in the same CMS folder.

  • <somefolder>
    • /abc
      • article1
      • article2
    • abc

 

We recommend configuring the folder structure like the following, moving the “abc” page inside the /abc folder and publish it as index.aspx file (default file for .Net, or similar default file for other server-side frameworks)

 

  • <somefolder>
    • /abc
      • article1
      • article2
      • index

In this case, your www.this.com/abc/index.aspx page will be available on www.this.com/abc/ URL

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