Constellation is a collection of utilities for .NET CMS implementers.

This small Feature contains a Sitecore Rule Action which must be installed in order to take advantage
of this library. The package should self-install once you build and deploy your project.

To use, an Item Saved rule must be created. The rule must have a condition that specifies that an Item is a "page" and therefore
needs an SEO-friendly URL. The rule action should be the one included in this kit. Rule options include:
- Replace Diacritics
- Clear Display Name (recommended so that marketers see the actual Item name and therefore URL slug for pages)
- Specify illegal characters to remove
- Replace spaces or remove spaces from names
- Force lowercase

It is up to the implementer to determine the nature of "page" Items. We recommend looking at Constellation.Foundation.Datasources for
rule conditions that are suitable for this specific task.

Configured for use with Sitecore 9.0.
Requires Sitecore 9.0 NuGet packages, available here:

There is a newer version of this package available.
See the version list below for details.
Install-Package Constellation.Feature.UrlFriendlyPageNames -Version
dotnet add package Constellation.Feature.UrlFriendlyPageNames --version
<PackageReference Include="Constellation.Feature.UrlFriendlyPageNames" Version="" />
For projects that support PackageReference, copy this XML node into the project file to reference the package.
paket add Constellation.Feature.UrlFriendlyPageNames --version
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Release Notes

Updated namespace of rule action to be more intuitive from a Sitecore perspective.

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Version History

Version Downloads Last updated 156 4/12/2019 116 3/6/2019 193 12/7/2018 165 10/21/2018 151 10/18/2018 209 10/5/2018 162 10/4/2018 198 7/23/2018 232 7/3/2018 239 6/7/2018 267 5/30/2018 260 5/14/2018 278 2/12/2018 252 2/12/2018 266 1/10/2018 243 11/27/2017
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