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Site-specific Pages/Routes

Site-specific Pages/Routes

CMS

Currently when you add a page to one site (like example.org/About) that page becomes available on all sites using the same Rock server (example2.com/About, example3.com/About, etc). This can cause a number of issues, especially if a search engine finds the page using the wrong domain - it will start indexing all of those pages using the wrong domain. It would be nice if Rock respected the site a page/route is attached to (or had an option on the page/site for it) to make sure this doesn't happen.

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  • Jim Michael

    For clarity, note that this only happens when there is a single route in the system. If example.org/About exists and example2.com/About exists, both will return their respective page.


    For what it's worth, I asked about this when we were just kicking the Rock tires in the v1 days and I think they said it was architecturally unfeasible... but maybe things have changed since then.