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Overview

With this plugin you can now change the project identifier! The plugin allows creating project identifier aliases. All of these aliases can be used to access project pages! And any of these aliases can be selected as the project identifier (in this case the previous identifier becomes an alias).

The change of the project identifier does not effect your page rankings. For pages accessed using an identifier alias the plugin adds <link rel="canonical" ... /> pointing to the corresponding URL with the project identifier (not an alias).

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Author: Andriy Lesyuk

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0.1.0 with Redmine 2.x support
The Project Alias plugin now runs on Redmine 2.x.x and becomes more accurate (e.g., it supports aliases in Wiki, adds the "canonical" URL to HTML headers and does not allow deleting aliases, that were identifiers before)...
Added by Andriy Lesyuk over 4 years ago

You can now change project identifiers!
With this plugin you can now change the project identifier! The plugin allows creating project identifier aliases. All of these aliases can be used to access project pages! And any of these aliases can be selected as the project identifier.
Added by Andriy Lesyuk about 6 years ago

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