How to find a page with page alias quick tip November 15, 2016 admin interface, Page Alias, Pages, QuickTip David te Kloese We've all been there: a live page with an adjusted alias (path) that you just can't seem to find in the admin interface. Here a quick tip to get the current page opened in the admin interface. So you find an error or something that needs changing. You don't recognize the page or see any navigation or bread crumb to help you determine where the page is located. It will just have to do using the URL and/or page title right. You logon to the administration interface and navigate to the Pages Application. To end up having no clue where to find this page. Sometimes with a few tries you'll hit the right spot. Quite as often you end up feeling lost in your own system. If even search gives no results you just give up. The developer in you has some ideas. Could output the Node details on each page or enable debugging. But if its a site in production it might be safer to just try some searching directly in the database. You'll be looking in either the CMS_Document (use View_CMS_Tree_Joined for a joined version with the CMS_Tree) or the CMS_DocumentAlias table. This hopefully gives you a NodeID which you can use to find the correct path. But what if you can't find anything? The page could be caught as a wildcard alias. Or you simply don't have direct access to the database! Kentico has an out of the box solution! First make sure you're logged on Check the Settings Application to make sure On-site editing is enabled Navigate to the error page on your live site in the same browser (don't log out) If asked close the 'preview mode' by clicking the bar on top of your screen Click the Edit page button On the menu bar that now appears you can find the Admin button. If you click it you'll navigate to the Kentico Administration interface. And now you're at the correct page! I hope this saves you some time so you can continue doing useful things!