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help please with Group Pages in URLs

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  1. Tom
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    08 Feb 2015
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    Hello, I am new to Sitefinity and appreciate any help.
    I am beginning our organization's site, and we would like have the URL paths established so our Committees each get their own web page, with additional child pages off their URL:

    Main Organization home page= www.organization.org
    List of all our Committees= www.organization.org/committees (general Committees landing page)
    Committee 1 = www.organization.org/committees/finance-committee (specific committee's landing page)
    Committee 2 = www.organization.com/committees/legal-committee (specific committee landing page)
    Page A within Committee 2 = www.organization.com/committees/legal-committee/officers
    Page B within Committee 2 = www.organization.com/committees/legal-committee/bylaws
    Page C within Committee 2 = www.organization.com/committees/legal-committee/fees

    I am trying to duplicate that URL structure above by using pages and group pages, etc.    But I can't quite get it set up the way I want it like above.   Can someone please provide guidance.  Thank you.

     

  2. Junior Dominguez
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    11 Feb 2015
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    Hi Tom,

    Notice that if you have Enterprise license you can easily achieve your goal by taking advantage of the MultiSite feature. You can find detailed information in the following link of our online documentation:

    http://docs.sitefinity.com/multisite-manage-multiple-sites

    Alternately it is also possible to create the desired structure using Group pages. However it is not clear what is the problem you are experiencing while creating the desired structure. Can you please specify what is the issue on your end?

    More details about Group pages in Sitefinity in the following link:

    http://docs.sitefinity.com/structure-website-pages

    Regards,
    Junior Dominguez
    Telerik
     
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  3. Tom
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    12 Feb 2015 in reply to Junior Dominguez
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    Junior, thank you.

    I was able to move the pages/groups and achieve what I was after form the links you provided.  The top page in the hierarchy acts as the first page, and I was missing that before.   Thanks again and I will also explore the Multisite options you mentioned.

  4. Tom
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    12 Feb 2015 in reply to Junior Dominguez
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    For a related question please.  I am now trying to structure the folders so that each group has its own IMAGES folder.  So all the finance committee images are in one folder.   All the legal committee images are in another.  Etc.    Can you please guide me to learn how to do that?
  5. Junior Dominguez
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    Hi Tom,

    Is this organization for a single site instance or multisite? Please notice that Sitefinity doesn't associate media libraries to specific pages. However you may consider to create your own convention, for instance, naming the media libraries the same as the Group pages.

    Best Regards,
    Junior Dominguez
    Telerik
     
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