Existing Pages URL Redirects for AspDotNetStorefront
Save the search engine page rankings of moved, deleted or unpublished pages in your shopping cart by redirecting traffic to a new or alternative destination. This valuable add-on works with individual products, categories or any page you need.
Compatibility: ML, ML64, MultiStore, V10.x
This is a one domain, one cart license installation. To buy additional licenses for additional carts contact sales: firstname.lastname@example.org
1) Install the Admin Compunix Add-on menu and add the following line into the add-on links section specified:Carts up to MS9420: Carts MS9500 and newer: Carts v10:
2) Copy the correct version of
CompunixCommon.dlldownloaded from the
3) Upload the license file/appconfig to your cart. If you don't have a license send an email to email@example.com your order number and domain information.
4) Copy/Merge the files from the "Modified files" directory in the .zip file to your web site's root folder. If your admin directory is not "admin", you may have to copy any files in the admin directory manually.
5) Save the files above and navigate to the admin. If you do not see the an entry for Compunix Redirects under the Content Menu, click Reset Cache.
This option step will add the page title. For MS9xxx navigate to Admin > Content > String Resource Mgr, (for V10 Admin > Content > Manage Prompts) select the locale you use from the left local drop down, and add new string called
admin.title.compunixredirects with value of
6) For V10 skip to step 8, else Open the
SkinBase.csfile in the
7) At the end of the
SkinBase() constructor, about line 110 before the closing }, paste the following code:
8) Save the file.
To setup the redirects for your unpublished or deleted cart pages, open the Compunix Redirects page under the Admin Content menu (for V10 Admin > Compunix Add-Ons >Redirects for ....) and enter the "from" and "to" page links. Use the exact links the cart generates for those pages. Be sure to use relative links, for example "folder/page.html" rather than "http://www.yoursite.com/folder/page.html"