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The nodes are aliased automatically using the Pathauto module. E.g., node/448 is displayed as aliased/path.

Is it possible to alias node/448/edit to aliased/path/edit?

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The Sub-path URL Aliases module will do this.

  • Thanks, that would work for node/nid/edit. I didn't know such module existed so i failed to be more detailed in my question. I have a custom menu local task for a certain node type. E.g. events/state-fair is an alias for a node of type event. It also has a custom local task for emailing attendees, but the resulting url is node/<nid>/email-attendees. I tested that module and it didn't set it to events/state-fair/email-attendees. The module's description doesn't mention that it works on custom sub paths so maybe i'm out of luck. – nymo Aug 29 '11 at 21:24
  • It your testing, did the standard node/edit path work? The module should work with custom local-tasks. For example, I've personally used it with organic groups (node/%node/broadcast), nodequeue (node/%node/nodequeue), and node clone (node/%node/clone). If you're still stuck perhaps posting your hook_menu code will help. – Dylan Tack Aug 29 '11 at 22:25
  • ah no, it didn't actually even work with the standard node/nid/edit where the node path is aliased. I'll investigate and updated this thread. – nymo Aug 30 '11 at 15:17
  • There's custom_url_rewrite pair of functions included in my settings.php from the Facebook module...i didn't see them because i was searching for the function name. Took another look searching only for rewrite and found the culprit. Thanks for helping! – nymo Aug 30 '11 at 15:36
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It works perfectly for the SubPathAuto module. Just uncheck the Skip administration paths from sub-path processing option in admin/config/search/path/subpaths.

Delete existing aliases first admin/config/search/path/delete_bulk then go to admin/config/search/path/update_bulk, check all the options, and click update. If required clear cache.

However I realized that this method disables the overlay. But everything else works great.

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