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Sub Links/ Navigation Query/url formatting

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Community Member, 8 Posts

5 November 2008 at 3:09am

Hi Guys,

Can someone point me to a link/post/article on how to resolve the following problem

I'm testing the cms and have links as follows

About us
- Board Of directors
- Members

Now when i click on say Services link, the page opens with a url format as follows

However when i click on members, it opens as

How can i make the url keep the hierarchy as

Can someone help me with the same?

Kind Regards


121 Posts

5 November 2008 at 3:28am

URLs are all on the same level at the moment, so you can't do this, but there is work underway to support heirachical URLs in a future version (not sure how advanced it is).


Community Member, 470 Posts

5 November 2008 at 6:05am

Just to follow up, there is a patch out there which is being used as the base for implementing it in the core.

I probably wouldn't use it, as it's not stable at all.

If you check out svn, there is a branch called nested urls which has more work done to it.

It looks like it will be included in at least the 2.4 version of SS which is still ways off.


Community Member, 215 Posts

5 November 2008 at 8:28am

a workaround is to change the URL in the metadata tab of the page although this wont allow you to include any slashes.


Community Member, 8 Posts

6 November 2008 at 1:42am

Thanks guys,

hmm that kinda throws a spanner in the works , especially as most sites we do require proper structuring from both client management as well as SEO point of view..

Hey, does anyone know where we can ask the developers about any development / patch ETD? or is that here in the forum as well?

Thanks once again

Kind Regards


Community Member, 787 Posts

6 November 2008 at 3:09am


Community Member, 8 Posts

10 November 2008 at 11:31am

thanks, but guess its still under discussion as i cant seem to find any final solutions being recommended .. i guess its just wait and watch

thanks guys