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#1 zeldalee 12-08-2021 22:09:07

Hi David
I have a question about SEO friendly URLs.  I have the setting enabled.  My question is when looking at the URL, the setting seems to be working, but I am wondering why the category is not named as in the example.  https://www.jewelsohyes.com/category/monet-jewelry?
Thank you
Zelda

#2 msworld 13-08-2021 15:10:42

Hi Zelda,

Sorry, what do you mean? I'm not sure I quite understand, sorry.

#3 zeldalee 14-08-2021 00:51:38
msworld wrote:

Hi Zelda,

Sorry, what do you mean? I'm not sure I quite understand, sorry.

Ok looking at the URL there is no category name it's generic /category/.  I have different names for my categories.  Such as necklaces, rings, etc.  What I see is the domain name/category/product name/.   Should it be www.domainname.com/necklaces/pearl-necklace?
Thank you
Zelda

#4 msworld 21-08-2021 15:09:16

I understand, thank you for clarifying. I may update the rewrite rules in the future, but at the moment it only supports the current format.

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