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I have created a page in community builder and configured an URL for this page. (see image) enter image description here

When I use this URL to make a redirection I get a page not found error.

The Url I end up with is this: https://sandboxname-customername.cs83.force.com/communityname/choose-current-dealer

What I did now is add an "s" in the url because this seems to be there for all URLs.

The Url I end up with now is this: https://sandboxname-customername.cs83.force.com/communityname/s/choose-current-dealer

And this works.

Now the question is if it is safe to hardcode an url like this or if it is likely to change in the future?

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URL's are subject to change in lightning communities, however, this does not happen overnight.

These update(s) usually happen with Lightning Community Template Updates:

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So, as long as you don't update your template, if you hardcoded a url, it should not break.

  • thx, good enough for me. Do you happen to know where the "s" may come from? – Nielsm Apr 25 '18 at 9:12
  • Site.com site’s append /s/ to the URL, consider it a default – glls Apr 26 '18 at 20:57
  • The other scenario is that when you deploy a community to a new environment then the URL changes, e.g. sanboxes will be on different nodes like cs80, cs88 or production will have the different base URL. – Dave Humm Jun 26 '18 at 8:56

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