I'm new to drupal, I'm trying to change the link structure and still did not get.

For example, when I create a basic page, it uses a standard link "node/drux"

but I want the link to be the title of the page, without having to create an alternative URL.

How can I change this structure?

2 Answers 2


You're looking for Pathauto I think. It allows you to define patterns for how the aliases should be created automatically.


Drupal saves its own url, usually node/nid (nid is the id of the node), but you can create an alias in node edit -> URL path settings.

  • I saw this setting within the page, but I don't understand why for every page I'll create an alternative? I can not create this pattern ja friendly way links? Jan 25, 2016 at 22:36
  • In that case, as Berdir said, you are looking for Pathauto.
    – user16360
    Jan 26, 2016 at 4:54

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