As noticed ofice365 sharepoint doesnt support creation of subsites, and using sharepoint designer i cannot be able to create a publishing subsite as it deletes it immediately. I wanted to create multiple pages but how do i do so in such a way that it appears in the url as eg https://myonlinesite.com as default and https://myonlinesite.com/de/ for the other language

  • Look in to a managed navigation, it uses a structure of friendly URLs that should help you accomplish what you want Nov 7, 2014 at 9:38
  • its office 365 sharepoint and i dont have the option navigation in my site settings, its E3 Nov 7, 2014 at 9:47

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You should be able to just click "Edit links" on the start page of the public web and then create and drag-n-drop the items to create a hierarchy.

This is a very easy way to build a hiearchy in the URL but still keep the pages stored flat in a library

  • I can use that to create links and sub-links, but if i add a page and set the link to /de/contact it writes the url as /de-contact Nov 7, 2014 at 10:26
  • I don't follow, first create pages on the top level. You then get a navigation node for it. Then drag-n-drop the navigation node to your wanted place in the hiearchy Nov 7, 2014 at 10:28

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