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  1. Michael
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    11 Mar 2009
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    Is there a way to have a single page present in two areas?

    For example, on our university site, we might have a page listing majors.  We want this page to be available under both the admissions area and the academics area, and we want it to be accessible from either http://www.example.com/admissions/majors.aspx or http://www.example.com/academics/majors.aspx.

    We would rather not create a duplicate of the page or link to the page so that the admissions area takes you to the page on the academics area or vice versa.

    Thanks!
  2. EuclidLibrary
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    You can create a new page in one section (admissions) and set it as an external page pointing to the other page that will contain you content.
  3. Michael
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    Interesting...  this works fine, but will merely redirect you to the other page if you use either the full URL with the domain name or a relative path to the other page.  It kept a unique URL for each page when I referenced the external page using the IP address, though.

    Thanks for your suggestion, EuclidLibrary.
  4. Ivan Dimitrov
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    Hello Michael,

    I think that setting this page as external is a good solution. Also you do not need to make changes on two places.

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  5. Michael
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    The "Share Content" functionality is a better solution for this. This allows me to create content, share it on other pages, with the original being the point of editing - all other "shared" areas updating automatically. 
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