The slug is the last part of an URL which uniquely identifies a page/resource on your b2evolution installation.
For example, let’s consider an URL like
http://www.mysite.com/cat/subcat/hello-world. In this case, the slug is
## Multiples slugs / Uniqueness
Slugs are unique within a b2evolution instance and cannot have duplicates, even in two different Collections. This allows b2evolution to find a resource when someone links to it with an old URL and it’s later moved to a new URL (New blog/collection, new URL scheme, new category, etc.)
## Tiny slug
## Canonical slug
When an Item has multiple slugs, one of them will be canonical, which means that if you call the item with any other (secondary) slug (including its tiny slug) you will be redirected to the canonical slug/canonical URL.
The canonical slug is the one that appears first in the list of slugs for an post.
Created by • Last edit by on Jan 13, 2016
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