Set rules for site URLs
In the Advanced settings, you can set the URLs rules for your site. For example, you may not want to allow non-ASCII symbols in the URLs. You can make this setting once and Sitefinity CMS applies it by default to all backend screens.
NOTE: When the Multisite module is active, the Site URL settings are set per-site instead of in the Advanced settings.
To setup URL rules, perform the following:
- Click Administration » Settings » Advanced » System » Site URL Settings.
- When you have installed an SSL certificate on your site, you can make pages that do not require SSL to automatically redirect to http:// protocol.
To do this, select Remove ssl when a page does not require it checkbox.
All pages that you have set not to require SSL, will automatically redirect to a URL staring with the http:// protocol.
For more information about setting whether a page requires or not an SSL, see Create a page » Step 3 » Advanced settings.
- To define how URLs are generated from the Title when users enter them via the backend interface, change the regex in field URLRulesClient.
- To define how URLs are generated from the Title when users import them via the Fluent API, change the regex in field URLRulesServer.
- Save the changes.