As I explained you in one other ticket this behaviour is by design. The Actual page is a first-level child of the top-most group page so normally you are redirected to it. Sitefinity does not travers all the page tree recursively - it simply looks for the first fitting page in the current level and redirects to it. As I mentioned - this is by design and probably won't change.Greetings,
We will take this in consideration in all cases. I noticed some clients don't use Group pages, but internal redirection pages instead. With this you can specify to which page to redirect exactly.Best wishes,
I'm having the issue but it's probably just a variation of it.
Group page has a child page. When you navigate to the group page, the child page shows. Which is good, but the url in the browser does not reflect the child page, rather it shows the url to the group page.
What I'd expect, atleast the url should change to the child page with a 'redirect http code' to the child page. Wouldn't this appear as duplicate content to a crawler?