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The following blog post is based on Slavo Ingilizov's blog post connected to custom URL formats for Sitefinity Content Modules. All hierarchical dynamic items in the Sitefinity CMS have URLs that are generated automatically from a given format. The default format includes the parent module item's name in the URL generated by hierarchical dynamic modules and item's title. The URL format of the hierarchical dynamic modules is configurable and this article explains how you can modify it.
The default structure of the hierarchical module items when one of them is opened in a browser is the following:
<---Page URL---><--Parent module item's URL--><--Item's URL name-->
CustomProvider : Telerik.Sitefinity.DynamicModules.Data.OpenAccessDynamicModuleProvider
temp = 0;
var resolvedItem = (DynamicContent)item;
Type typeChild = TypeResolutionService.ResolveType(
Type typeParent = TypeResolutionService.ResolveType(
var type = resolvedItem.GetType();
(typeChild == type)
temp = 1;
( temp > 0 )
(typeParent == type)
To use your new provider, you need to register it in Sitefinity. To do this, follow these steps below:
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