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How url is formed

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How url is formed

Hello! I can find information on how the site URL is formed https://knowledgebase.constantcontact.com/articles/KnowledgeBase/website-39489-Manage-Pages-in-a-Web.../. As I understand it, it is formed by the name of the site. Can you write url yourself?

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Re: How url is formed

Hello @user763283,

 

Thank you for reaching out to the Community! I do apologize, I do not believe I am fully understanding your question. Do you need information about how to create a website with Constant Contact?  


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Re: How url is formed

Sorry, I was wrong on the question. I did not mean the domain of the site, but the urls of the pages of the site. For example, on my site, I can write any url for the page https://pariclubs.com/ru/registration.html, since it is on the html. If I create the same page in your constructor, I can write any value instead of "registration.html"?

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Re: How url is formed

Hello @user763283 ,

 

Within our website builder you have the ability to alter the name, as well as the URL for specific webpages


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