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9 hours ago, DamianHK said:

Thanks, maybe I should have displayed it as:

www.mycompany.com/information/aboutus

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When you create a page, there are fields in  page settings, there you have a page name, navigation name (how it appears on the nav bar) and url slug. That slug attaches to the website address as a sub address like mine myrandomviews.com/stories or whatever. Pages like galleries if in an an index don't have a nav link but still have their own url slug name. Pages in the unlinked section of your config/settings  also don't appear on the Nav but have their own slug. When you create a page a slug is created automatically but can be changed to just about whatever you want as long as it follows the rules of addresses, no special characters etc. Blog posts have their own slug as well which usually includes the  name of blog page/date/name of post. What it boils down to is the url slug allows you to go straight to a page if you know the address. Some folks can  split up a website to act like more than one that way sharing one main domain or have private pages that can't be reached from the main site. Hope this answers your question. 

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