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Pulling article in to a zone

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Reading back over this, I'm hoping that I'm explaining this plainly.

I've imported articles from my uncles web site.  I created a zone for him so that he can have his one logo, look, and menus.  On the side menu block for his zone menu there are links that I've point to the news categoies belonging to him.  When you click on the link it takes you to a listing of articles in that category, but it returns you to our main site's zone, so that the menu for his zone is no longer available.  Is there a way to pull the articles in to his pages so that when you click on a category or article it remains in his zone?
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You'll need a transparent redirect. I'll assume your new zone is called uncle.

Go to…

Admin Zone > Structure > Redirects

Make a redirect from "uncle:news" to "site:news" and check to make it transparent, then save.

Ensure your menu page-link starts "uncle:news" instead of "site:news".


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Works like a charm.  I've always known the redirect function was a powerful and handy tool, but never knew really how to use it.  Now that you've explained it here I can see all kind of uses for it.  Thanks
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