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    I have a DNN project running inside a docker container and it's listening at port 443. Docker port mapping is set up as external xxx:443 and we do not want to change the interenal port. The fact that DNN generates links based on which port it receives request from causes all the llinks on a page to be generated based on port 443 (instead of the external port number docker daemon is listening to). My question is, does DNN have hook/intercept that developer can implement to rewrite links? I just want to modify port number of all links on a page to docker daemon port number. I'm fairly new to DNN, so I just would like to know if that's possible or not.



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      The Friendly URL Provider is responsible for creating URLs. You could inherit from the core provider, set yours as the default in the web.config, and then replace the port in generated URL in your code. Alternatively, if you want to fix the places within DNN that are generating absolute URLs with ports, and instead generate relative URLs, I'd support that pull request and then we could fix it for everyone. ❤

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        Thanks for reply Brian. I'll look into it.
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