absolute paths for subfolders and subpages

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07 Sep, 2011 06:41 PM

I have attached a screen shot with an example of an issue we have been dealing with for some time. Our system administrator tweaked the /CNU Formats/Contextual Navigation file and it appeared to correct some areas of the site, but not all.

You will see in the screen shot when you mouseover the link "Student," which is a folder in the directory structure, the path below reads:
https://cascade.cnu.edu/CNU Site/engage/students/index

Cascade publishes this path to our webserver thus creating broken links. This phenomenon occurs in 5 of the 8 links on this homepage as well as the index pages associated with each folder.

I have examined the "Maintain absolute links when publishing" checkbox on all pages and each box is unchecked.

Maggie Vaughan
Christopher Newport University

  1. 1 Posted by Michael McGinni... on 10 Oct, 2011 04:21 PM

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    Maybe you should post your Contextual Navigation file. Is it XSLT or Velocity?

  2. 2 Posted by CNU on 10 Oct, 2011 04:27 PM

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    Attached is our Contextual Navigation file from our production instance. It is XSLT.

  3. 3 Posted by Michael McGinni... on 10 Oct, 2011 05:05 PM

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    If your folder path really is Base Folder/CNU Site/engage/students/, that might be why your {path} is showing up that way. But you probably couldn't use {name} or {link} either.

  4. CNU closed this discussion on 18 May, 2012 02:18 PM.

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