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9 9  In that time, we cannot have spaces inside spaces, so all pages were placed inside a one-level space. The pages were identified like this: ##NameOfTheSpace.NameOfThePage##.
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11 -Some pages were a bit special. They were the "home" page of a space. Every time a user wanted to reach a space without specifying a precise page name, she were redirected to that space home page. These pages were called "WebHome" (because at the very beginning of XWiki, "spaces" were called "web").
11 +Some pages were a bit special. They were the "home" page of a space. Every time a user wanted to reach a space without specifying a precise page name, she was redirected to that space home page. These pages were called "WebHome" (because at the very beginning of XWiki, "spaces" were called "web").
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13 13  == Parent/Child relationship ==
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15 +The user was able to specify a **parent** page for each page she had created. This parent could have been any page, for example the page ##Movies.ItsAWonderfulLife## could have ##Directors.FrankCapra## as parent. Then ##ItsAWonderfulLife## was listed as ##Child## of ##FrankCapra##. This relationship was displayed in the //breadcrumb// at the top of each page. The user was able to navigate through this //hierarchy//.
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17 +Some applications used this parent/child relationship to organized their data. For them, this relationship is crucial.
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15 15  = Principle =
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17 17  After having upgrade the XWiki instance to a recent version (7.4+), you should convert your existing pages to nested ones. This will permit:

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