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    (@walterego)


    Hey guys,

    I’m in the middle of building a WordPress powered website with a static frontpage, some other pages and a blog. The page that holds my blog has a slug of ‘weblog’. I have permalinks set up as /%postname%/, so when I go to my blog it’s a domain.tld/weblog/. That’s great! However, when reading a post the permalink is domain.tld/post-name/. This is correct ofcourse, it’s just not how i’d want it to be. I’d like to have permalinks for posts like this: domain.tld/weblog/post-name/. So that weblog looks like the parent for the post (which it sort of is). Any thoughts on how to go about it?

    Kind regards,

    Walter

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  • weblog/%postname%/ = as permalink structure

    Huh? That works!

    Appearantly I don’t really understand how permalinks work in WordPress. I though this would make my pages appear as weblog/pagename/ so I never tried it.

    Thanks Moshu!

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