Learn about how to use Sitecore Aliases to shorten long URLs or create one that's easy to remember.
In Sitecore's Content Editor, navigate to the item you want to change the URL for.
Go to the Presentation tab, and click on Aliases as shown below.
You should see a popup appear.
In the 'Name' field, type in your desired URL, press 'Add', then 'OK' to finish.
To preview if the Alias worked, you can use the url below.
Fish tank will be resolved to
To get the Alias to display to the general public, we need to publish it, and I don't mean publishing the item we just modified.
In the Content Editor, go to
System/Aliases. A new item has appeared. Clicking on it will show where it is linked to.
Publish this item for it to start working. You can now see your aliased page at
[your website name]/Fishtank.
It's also possible to add an alias from
System/Aliases. Right click on the Aliases folder and insert an Alias template.
Insert Link and navigate to your desired item.
Publish the new Alias item, and it will start working.
Say we wanted to make a link that went to
You can't add the slash without first adding an alias for
[website]/fish would lead to a 404 page.
After making an alias for fish, create one named
You will notice a new
tank item appear under
fish and it's subitems.
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