Theresa Arzadon-Labajo

Drupal URL Redirects

Posted by Theresa Arzadon-Labajo (tarzadon) on Nov 04 2011
Tech Stuff >> Drupal

I inputed the old URLs in Administer->URL Aliases ->Add Alias.

But, then when I went back to the current site and click on a link, it would take me to the old style URL.  If I click on Edit and go down to URL Path settings, it would have the old URL in there instead.  If I go back to URL Aliases->List, it would show me both entries, but for some reason, Drupal was choosing the latest one I put in to use as the alias.  It would be nice if there were a way to designate which alias I would like to be the default.

I found the module Path Redirect which does exactly what I needed it to do.  I really didn't want to have to edit my Apache configuration file and make a whole bunch of redirects.  After installing, enabling (modules/permissions) and configuring the path_redirect module, all you have to do is go to admin/build/path-redirect (Administer->URL Redirects) and Add redirect.

Last changed: Nov 04 2011 at 5:01 PM



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