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Il 28/12/19 05:10, Ilmari Lauhakangas ha scritto:
Luca Daghino @ Libero kirjoitti 28.12.2019 klo 3.51:
Il 27/12/19 22:37, Ilmari Lauhakangas ha scritto:
It does not completely delete the pages. The pages are found in the history, such as this in the case you pointed to:

If you want to maintain a page that does not have the same content as the English one, create a new page under the path and name it however you want.

Solved, i recreated this page and put the original content in it:

This page was changed by user Dennisroczek and had a redirect to the new one.

I moved it under because the /it suffix served no purpose.



Well, if you have admin permissions, could you then delete that page? I created that page but I intended to create another url; the system didn't let me do it.

And after that disable redirect of this page:

I need to put the content of the first page in the second one. If you can set the second page as a normal page (not a redirect), I can put the content in it, so to take it back to the situation that existed before the user dennisroczek made the redirect.

Thank you


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