Chapter 21. Advanced Navigation




Websites tend to be organic—they grow and change over time. This can create problems when other applications link to your application. You need some way of modifying your website without breaking all the existing links to it.

In this chapter, you learn how to remap URLs. In other words, you learn how to serve a different page than the page a user requests. In the first section of the chapter, you learn how to remap URLs in the web configuration file.

Next, you learn how to remap URLs by creating a custom HTTP module. Using a module is useful when you need to support wildcard matches and other types of pattern matching when ...

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