How can I change the link of Site Page(.aspx)?
Hello. I would like to chage the link of Site Page(.aspx), please see the below image. -------------------------- image which I want to do Home site -> Home site Site page 1(.aspx) -> Site Page 1(.aspx) Site Page 2(.aspx) -> Site Page 2(.aspx) -------------------------- Please let met know, if you know the method. Best Regards,
May 30th, 2012 12:58am

May I know site page 1 and site page 2 are sub sites of Home Site or Just they are web part pages? - Rao
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May 30th, 2012 9:26am

Hello Rao, Both site page 1 and site page 2 are just web part pages. Thank you for your corporation. Best Regards,
May 30th, 2012 9:38pm

Hi rp003051, Based on your description, you just want to change the sitepage2 s url. However, we cannot change the url of web part page directly by default. The page url in SharePoint is just like items location in system, every page item is stored in a library, the url is generated as library url+pagename, so as to your scenario, there is a work around might meet your requirement. Add a new folder, from Site Sittings, click Content and Structure, find the web part page and move it to the folder then the url of the page has changed. Please check it, if its not the issue, please feel free to let me know. Thanks,Qiao Wei TechNet Community Support
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May 31st, 2012 5:16am

Hi rp003051, Based on your description, you just want to change the sitepage2 s url. However, we cannot change the url of web part page directly by default. The page url in SharePoint is just like items location in system, every page item is stored in a library, the url is generated as library url+pagename, so as to your scenario, there is a work around might meet your requirement. Add a new folder, from Site Sittings, click Content and Structure, find the web part page and move it to the folder then the url of the page has changed. Please check it, if its not the issue, please feel free to let me know. Thanks,Qiao Wei TechNet Community Support
May 31st, 2012 5:16am

Hello rp003051 1. Open your site in SPD. 2. Browse to your sitepage1.aspx or sitepage2.aspx and move them to the desired locations. During this process you will be prompted to update links that point to these pages. This will also update the links to your site pages. Regards
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May 31st, 2012 5:48am

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