类别/地区/全部/波士顿？页面= 2＆amp; Region =默认 /分类学/术语/ 14 /"？Page = 19＆amp; Region =默认
链接到其中一个页面 http：//nyc.thedelimagazine。 COM /分类学/术语/ 14 /％E2％80％9d？Page = 19＆amp; Region =默认
I have a website that is generating /category pages and /taxonomy archive type pages, with a list of posts containing a certain taxonomy term. I do not have a template for this page and they seem unnecessary/duplicate content. Is there any way to prevent them from being created?
link to one of these pages http://nyc.thedelimagazine.com/taxonomy/term/14/%E2%80%9D?page=19®ion=DEFAULT
If you really want to prevent the URLs from existing at all, you could probably unset the paths using a hook_menu_alter. I would be careful with that though, as it might have unforseen consequences. The creating module may in some way depend on the paths existance.
I don't know where the category paths comes from but I guess the answer will be the same as for the taxonomy ones.
My solution would be to take over the URL with Page manager, and simply pass the user a redirect to the front page. (Or a 404, if you prefer). Note that I'm talking about "Page manager" in Ctools, not Panels. The two modules are often confused and their names interchanged.