17452 Posts in 4473 Topics by 1971 members
|Go to End||Next >|
30 June 2007 at 3:42am
> SilverStripe doesn't actually do that...I've managed to write a hack for it, but you'd have to be fairly keen - it's ugly and not tested in production yet.
Nathan, would you mind sharing your url hierarchy code? I'd be interested with playing with it as I would find url hierarchy very useful on my website.
2 July 2007 at 1:33am
It's pretty ugly - as I say, I'd rather give it a good hard refactoring before I go out in public with on, but I'll try free up some time to send you all the bits it needs. Hopefully it helps you, and if you can improve on it everybody wins
2 July 2007 at 1:20pm
> It's pretty ugly - as I say, I'd rather give it a good hard refactoring before I go out in public with on, but I'll try free up some time to send you all the bits it needs. Hopefully it helps you, and if you can improve on it everybody wins
Thanks, I'd enjoy taking a stab at making it better because I have a rather large site that I'd like to move over to SilverStripe.
3 July 2007 at 9:41pm
Do you have an email address I can send the files to?
4 July 2007 at 4:49am
> Do you have an email address I can send the files to?
Yes: elijah (at) silverstripe.com
12 July 2007 at 12:29am Last edited: 12 July 2007 12:31am
I'd also like to "cast a vote" in favor of this feature. ;-)
We've been getting some heat on Silverstripe from a SEO company over here which absolutely wants the page hierarchy in the URL's. According to them it's very important for the Google crawler to work well.
14 July 2007 at 3:59pm
Another thing that will complicate this is the URL Rewriting: when you move or rename a page, all of the URLs get rewritten. Currently, that code is hardcoded to look to compare URLSegment to the first part of the URL before the /.
This is implemented in HTMLEditorField.
1 September 2007 at 10:13pm
Hate to be a pain since it seems like this is a difficult feature to impliment, but I think it's a really important feature.
Apart from any SEO that you may (or may not, depending on who you ask...) get by doing this, I like to show visitors where they are simply by looking at the address bar. Great for usability. It works like a set of breadcrumbs that are hardcoded into the website. If the address says www.mysite.com/corporate/announcements/important-announcement, then you can expect that going to www.mysite.com/corporate/announcements will take you back to the announcements page, and www.mysite.com/corporate will take you back to the corporate page. Something like www.mysite.com/important-announcement isn't as usable IMO.
|Go to Top||Next >|