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Hi Guys,

I'm having a little trouble here. All I need to do is forward a page onto another page in my website but I can't for the life of me see where to do this, I've tried editing the url to go to where I wish but that didn't work. Any ideas?

Thanks

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Concrete5user replied on at Permalink Reply
Anyone? please
12345j replied on at Permalink Reply
12345j
you can do this with add external link and then just add a link to the page you want to redirect to. (go under dashboard sitemap to do this.)
SigmaAlphaPi replied on at Permalink Reply
SigmaAlphaPi
Hey there,

same issue here - I have a small website of a local bed'n'breakfast, which exists in 4 languages (main + 3 extra).

The extra languages are put into subfolders, which can be accessed by adding "/language/" to the website's address.

The problem I encountered was, that I couldn't have that page displayed in the menu created for these "sub"pages, so I created an additional 'main page' for each language version.

The "/language/" page now reads "If you ended up here, please navigate to ...". I think that'll do so far, but as this shorter link is much easier to have in an eMail signature than "/language/titleofmainpage/" I'd like to have this blank page forwarded to the one with the content.

Is that possible in any way? I don't think, that this external link stuff will work, as this is a folder already.

Thanks a lot in advance.
Sven
pvernaglia replied on at Permalink Reply
pvernaglia
There's a language switching How Too that might help:

http://www.concrete5.org/documentation/how-tos/editors/building-sit...
SigmaAlphaPi replied on at Permalink Reply
SigmaAlphaPi
Hey,

no, that doesn't. I actually already read that just a few days ago (but my page is already up and running for more than one and a half year now).
The language switching issue is actually not the problem. And as you might see on the page in the example, it's not solved there too, as "/es/" shows an empty page -->http://www.bbsanpedro.com/es/

To speak with the example, I would like to havehttp://www.bbsanpedro.com/es/ forwarded tohttp://www.bbsanpedro.com/es/inicio,... so that a link to /es/ is possible.
pvernaglia replied on at Permalink Reply
pvernaglia
I see what your saying, You could make an empty page type and put a php or javascript redirect in it. Then just use that page type on the top language page.
pvernaglia replied on at Permalink Reply
pvernaglia
SigmaAlphaPi replied on at Permalink Reply
SigmaAlphaPi
Thanks a lot!