Displays the address of the selected page.
Previous addresses appear only if you ticked Activate previous addresses on pages under Website Settings -> Addresses.
Here you add previous addresses to activate redirection of old addresses. This means that you can make a 301-redirect to the new page and thus carry over the search engines’ ranking points from the old address to the new address.
Fill in a previous address by typing it in the white text field. Then click on the check box to announce that you are finished. If the old page had the address <www.adress.se/index.html> then add /index.html as address. If the old page had the address <www.adress.se/om-oss/sida.html> then add /om-oss/sida.html as address. You therefore take everything after the domain address itself.
Select an address from the list and click the X on the right to delete an address.
Here you to enter a short name for a webpage. This is useful if you have selected a URL style that contains a short name. If you do not enter a short name and use a URL style with a short name, that number will be enumerated.
The short name must be unique. You cannot give a page a short name that is already in use, unless the page is marked with another language.
Where you make URL style settings, you can choose to tick a box to display the short name as a selection in the publishing dialogue.
The Addresses panel can be found on the items:
The page published: 2020-05-15