I am trying to work on my first Sitefinity site - it was initially developed by a vendor and I'm trying to learn Sitefinity to make updates. (Just to let you know my experience level and, thus, how basic of a response I need.)
I've allowed canonical urls and they are showing up in the source of my pages, but they show as http:// and I would like them to show as https://. I can't seem to find a setting that would allow for this, but know I'm probably missing something. Can someone help me out?
The developers created some custom modules that work a bit like the default Sitefinity blog/news modules. Unlike them, however, I can't seem to find a way to get per entry canonical urls. For example:
A category page onto which I've placed the module widget:
Article level pages:
These all show the same canonical url in the source - that of the category page into which the custom news module has been dropped. Inside that widget, I don't have the options that exist in the standard blog widget that allow for the article urls to become the canonical url. My options are very limited (see attached screen grab) - I usually just change the category name so that the list view shows the posts from the category I want to show.
Does anyone have any advice or can point me to help on how to get the canonical urls of the articles to, I guess, float up to the main template and override the page url?