This has been republished under XperienceCommunity.UrlRedirection.Admin (.net CORE support only). If still using .net 4.8 on the MVC site, you should use this, however if you are using .net Core for the MVC Site, use this package.
This package of course is for the Admin which is .net 4.8, but it supports the .net Core MVC Site.
dotnet add package HBS.KenticoURLRedirection.Admin --version 13.0.5
NuGet\Install-Package HBS.KenticoURLRedirection.Admin -Version 13.0.5
<PackageReference Include="HBS.KenticoURLRedirection.Admin" Version="13.0.5" />
paket add HBS.KenticoURLRedirection.Admin --version 13.0.5
#r "nuget: HBS.KenticoURLRedirection.Admin, 13.0.5"
// Install HBS.KenticoURLRedirection.Admin as a Cake Addin #addin nuget:?package=HBS.KenticoURLRedirection.Admin&version=13.0.5 // Install HBS.KenticoURLRedirection.Admin as a Cake Tool #tool nuget:?package=HBS.KenticoURLRedirection.Admin&version=13.0.5
To be installed on the Kentico Admin project.
If first time installing, make sure that once installed, that your
Kentico.Xperience.Libraries package is updated to the hotfix that matches your solution.
- Once installed, rebuild and reload your admin site.
- You may need to assign it to your site by going to Modules → Kentico URL Redirection → Sites → add to site
- Once done, reload your browser and you will see the URL Redirection UI element
Make sure to install either
HBS.KenticoURLRedirection.MVC.Core on your website solution and follow their instructions
This package is not used by any NuGet packages.
This package is not used by any popular GitHub repositories.
Re-built admin so it doesn't include glitch from Page Builder Container