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WordPress as a CMS - Content Structure (4 posts)

  1. widecast
    Member
    Posted 6 years ago #

    Hi there, I love wordpress and have used it for a few projects but never for something like this.

    I'm trying to setup a travel site that outlines a few cities. I visualize the menu/navigation like this.

    CITY GUIDE (Menu title)
    CityA (1 page overview)
    -Beaches (1 page overview)
    -Hotels (1 page overview)
    -Nightlife (1 page overview)

    CityB (1 page overview)
    -Beaches (1 page overview)
    -Hotels (1 page overview)
    -Nightlife (1 page overview)

    Then... A seperate menu:

    MORE ABOUT (Menu title)
    -Beaches (A page overviewing beaches in general, with a list of links to the pages on beaches for each specific city)
    -Hotels
    -Nightlife

    So, do pages make sense in this case? If so, for the MORE ABOUT pages, how can I automatically add a links to my city specific beach articles such as Beaches in Florida, Beaches in California... etc...

    I've been going back and forth between Drupal and WordPress, but I personally love the feel of WordPress over anything I've used before.

    A little push in the right way would be appreciated! :)

    -Widecast

  2. blakewatson
    Member
    Posted 6 years ago #

    Well, you can use pages and sub-pages to accomplish this. All pages have a permalink you could use as well.

  3. widecast
    Member
    Posted 6 years ago #

    Ok, so far that's what I've had in mind.

    Afterwards, when I've created a general beach overview page, how could I output a list with the titles of all pages (which are each subpages of their city) tagged with 'beach'?

    Is that possible?

  4. widecast
    Member
    Posted 6 years ago #

    Anyone? :)

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