New in Tiki25
Sometimes, email clients or web pages can generate links that look like: "Pagename.", "PageName)", "PageName.)", or "PageName," and lead to a "Page not found" error.
Fortunately, Tiki is smart enough to handle this, thanks to an exciting feature: "URL Suffix Cleaner".
Concretely, when this feature is enabled, if a requested page is not found, it tries to remove one or two characters from the end of the URL to see if it gets a perfect match with an existing working page, and if so, it redirects the user to that
As Tiki gives us the possibility to use only what we want, the URL Suffix Cleaner feature must be activated before we can use it
With the feature being activated, we can now take advantage of it in Tiki.
It works with any page but for this example, we are going to use the default, simple Tiki home page.
Because "A picture paints a thousand words", and a video, even more, let's see now in this short video the URL Suffix Cleaner feature in action