When adding pages in Sitefinity, I prefer to use a regular page as the parent, and then nest other pages beneath it, since it works well with the breadcrumb and the URLS. For example, I would have the following ... all of which are normal pages:
-- LPC2148 QuickStart Guide
-- -- Lesson 2: Basic Input and Output (GPIO)
The url of the last page would be:
which is perfect ... except that it's perfectly normal for any user to delete GPIO.aspx to have the url below:
and expect to go to the parent page (I do this all the time myself). Unfortunately, because I'm using normal pages only LPC2148.aspx will work. :-( I've played with the url remapping in the web.config, but had issues that when I tried to map something to a parent folder, all the children were messed up or redirected to the parent page, etc.
Is there any chance someone would be able to suggest a way (even if it means rewriting something internally on my part) to gracefully allow people to 'guess' urls on my website? For example, if someone enters MyHost/Folder
to try adding .aspx to it to avoid a page not found error?