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  • I’ve had no problems with this until migrating to 2.6 (from 2.2).
    I have a nice and structured category list, with a lot of subcategories.

    Example:
    – Main news
    – – Sports
    – – – Football
    – – – Baseball
    – – – Curling
    – – National news
    – – – politics
    – – – health
    – – – environment

    In the past these category slugs have been part of the permalink structure, eg: main-news/sports/football/postname
    But after upgrading to 2.6 this seems not to be the case anymore, result: main-news/postname. It’s missing all the subcategories.
    Unfortunately I HAVE to maintain this structure in the front-end of the site, due to indexed search results, bookmarks etc. Besides that, i believe it looks nice, logical and professional.

    In the permalink settings I’m having the same settings as allways: Custom Structure: /%category%/%postname%/ which worked fine, until now.

    Does anyone had the same problem, and a solution to this annoying problem ??

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  • I have the same stupid problem….

    very irritating…

    very depressed, why is this happening, and even when I google this, no result at all…

    SH*T!

    Same here 🙁

    I am not a super pro or anything – but I saw this happening too – but initially, only, after the post went live. It seemed that over time, though, Google did index the entire permalink structure.

    Again – to be clear – I “think” it was happening only initially – but then corrected over time.

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