Recently ran into slight glitchy problem with the website interactions.
I have four pages on my project site. Let’s say each page is called “Page A”, “Page B”, “Page C”, and “Page D”. Each have a simple slug address; “/page-a”, “/page-b”, “/page-c”, and “/page-d”.
I have duplicated Page B, creating “Page B Copy” with a slug “/page-b-copy”. I did this because I wanted to delete Page C and re-design it with a Page B duplicate as both pages are similar.
I didn’t want to completely delete the original Page C, in case I needed to refer to it while designing, so I planned to keep it privately within the project but hide it from users – possibly deleting it at a later time when the site project was completed.
So I renamed “Page C” to “Old Page C” for my personal reference. I also renamed the slug address from “/page-c” to “/old-page-c”. In order to replace the original Page C with the new Page B duplicate, I renamed the “Page B Copy” to “Page C” and the slug address from “/page-b-copy” to “/page-c”.
I assumed that by renaming the page and slug to Page C’s, it wouldn’t affect my Links within my site which are programmed to be linked to “Page C”. However, instead these links are sending the user to the slug address “/old-page-c” instead of “/page-c”, despite the fact that on the Link Block link settings, the directed page is set for “Page C”.
Is there any way to tell a Link Block to link to a specific slug address? I think that would solve my problem if I can find out how and if that is possible.
I have tried deleting the “Old Page C” but the Link Blocks still link to “/old-page-c” which now doesn’t even exist.
Any help or advice?