> On 23 Feb 2017, at 13:50, Eugen Colesnicov <ecolesni...@gmail.com> wrote:
> 
> vmassol wrote
>> Please re-read what I said or the pointed issue carefully :)
>> The **right** behaviour is %20.
> 
> Thanks Vincent! 
> Sorry for my understanding. I believed that in xwiki.org site is the correct
> presentation of space character. Also, I think like this because for simple
> users page names with "+" looks like more "comfortable" as with "%20". Can
> you give some advice, how is better to organize long names inside XWiki so
> it will clearer for simple users? "TestMetricReport" (without any symbols
> between words) or maybe another "simple" symbol - for example  symbol "-" or
> "."? As I checked this symbols don't change it presentation …

If you don’t want any URL-encoding showing in your URL then yes you need to 
avoid using URL-reserved characters in page names… There’s no other way.

See the URL spec:
https://www.w3.org/Addressing/URL/url-spec.txt

Extract:

"
reserved                 =  |  ;  |  /  |  #  | ? |  : | space
"

Thanks
-Vincent

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