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How can I modify the URL path for an app in the new control panel? the image below shows the old version of what I'm looking for:

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asked 16 Jan '13, 07:21

eskema
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Hello,

The URL Path is specified at the bottom of the dialog which appears when you click on a site to edit its Contents. Please follow these steps to specify an app at a given URL Path under a site of yours:

  • log in to your Control Panel and navigate to the Domains/websites -> Websites page
  • click the site in question to edit it
  • locate the "Contents" section and click the "Add a web app" link there
  • either "Create a new Web App" or "Reuse an existing Web App"
  • the first application you add to a site will be added to the root (i.e. www.example.com/). You will notice the URL section of the next dialog (where you map apps to URL paths) is disabled, if you do not have an app in the root of your website.
  • when you add a second app, the URL section of the "Create a new Web App" or "Reuse an existing Web App" dialog will have a textbox next to it, allowing you to specify the URL Path of your choice

Please try adding an app in this manner and contact us back, either here or via a support ticket, if you experience any problems.

Sincerely,

Valentin I.

WebFaction Support


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answered 16 Jan '13, 10:13

valentini
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Thanks, that's exactly what I was after.. You should update that section of the documentation to reflect the change..

(16 Jan '13, 10:50) eskema
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