I have a permalink structure on my under-development blog which looks like this:
The idea behind it is ofcourse that you can remove the different parts one by one, and moving “upwards” in the hierarchy levels like this:
Post => Day => Month => year => Archive (which is an overview of the entire archive)
My way of solving this is by having that permalink-structure, and having a page called archive, so its adress is myhomepage.com/archive/.
The whole thing works fine down to when i only pass on a year-parameter in the adress, for instance myhomepage.com/archive/2006/. This only leads me to the /archive/-page, and not the actual 2006-archives as it should.
Is there some way of making this work as I want, making /archive/2006/ lead to archive.php instead of my custom page-template?