Dynamic content types support additional URLs for their items. When you change the title or the URL of an item, this is not going to break any existing links that navigate to it. When you open an item on the frontend, the URL that you set last is displayed.
This is also valid for content types that have hierarchical structure. The URL for an item is created by combining all of the parent item’s URLs. For example ~/page/item-1/item-2/item-3/item-4, where item-1 is parent of item-2, etc. For these scenarios keep in mind the following cases:
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