Renaming canonical URLs
Two versions of the page originally existed. Accidentally the duplicate (mysite.com/index.php/news1)was used to add content to. I then deleted the original page (mysite.com/index.php/news) and have tried to rename "news1" to "news". The system is not saving the change.
Any ideas on how I can rename the canonical url?
I tried that but it made no difference.
I then thought that it might be because the page has some child pages linked to it.
As a test I created a test page, then created another test page. The first page was index.php/test and the second I also named test. C5 correctly named the second test1 due to the fact that a "test" page already existed.
I then deleted "test" and left the "test1" page. I then cleared the cache and tried renaming "test1" to "test". There were no errors and the change appears to have change but when I view properties the page is still named "test1".
I also created a child page to "test1", deleted the child, cleared the cache and then tried to rename the page. Again no luck.
It looks like Concrete5 will not allow me to rename the canonical entry on a page.
Has anyone else experienced this issue?
Any other assistance would be greatly appreciated.
Maybe there's a way to clear that in the database -- clear the reserved canonical URL... clearing the cache does not do it.
What can I do with that to fix this issue for me and others here so we can make that path be available again for new pages... thanks!
Anyone else able to solve this guy?
Is there any way this reference to 'About' can be deleted from the database?
Now my site has slowed down significantly and I am getting the following error in the Safari Error Console:
Error: Error calling method on NPObject. (anonymous function) symcBFPerformOnDOMChangedHandler dispatchEvent respondToMessage
This error does not show up in Firefox Firebug.
Was it a mistake to modify the database in this way?