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Right now, https://www.co.bergen.nj.us/shopping is a page on my site

I want to make that page https://www.co.bergen.nj.us/tourism/shopping but I do not know how to add that to the URL. I tried modifying the menu item's alias to be "tourism/shopping" but the site converts it to "tourism-shopping" when I save the changes. How do I add "/tourism/" to the URL before the alias? (ie edit before the alias)

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ok this is kind of an answer to my question but not the one I was looking for because it has limitations that I do not want.

If you have a menu that links to the page then clicking on that menu item will bring you to www.website.com/menutitle/pagealias. This method may be useful for someone else in the future but it is not useful for me.

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its based on your menu structure isnt it? so to get this struct you need to add a menu entry for tourism and put there the item shopping as child.

maybe there exists an alternative but i would try that.

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  • Unfortunately that does not do it, the page 'Services' (whose name I just changed to 'Attractions' is already in the 'Tourism' menu but the url does not reflect that. Any other ideas?
    – Ben
    Jul 31 at 16:57

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