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  • I’m trying to create a simple yet organized url structure for my website, and am having a few issues on getting things exactly how I’d like them.

    Here’s what I’m trying to do.

    My site has categories such as Bars, Clubs, Restaurants, etc, and I want a url stucture like so:
    Main page
    I found a plugin that removes the word “category” from the url, but I haven’t found one that replaces it with the category name. I’m ok with it simply being, but the above is preferred.

    (I’m going to substitute “category” with “bars” from now on.)
    This should go to all posts related to bars, be it a review, an event, etc, just like categories work now. The above plugin makes this url work by stripping category, and replacing it with the category name when actually selecting a category. OR
    I need to have a PAGE for each listing (Bars, Clubs, Restaurants, etc), as I’ll need to use a plugin to get a A-Z listing, or something along those lines. Either way, a post wont work, so this needs to be a page(s). The problem is, when you create a page, you can only edit the url to be, but it can’t be I would like to have “something” be the category.

    My primary concern is figuring out how to make a “listing” page for each category be at OR, but the built in category system doesn’t seem to allow that, and the permalink changer in on the PAGE page doesn’t allow you to add a / to the url. If anyone knows of a plugin that would let me do a A-Z listing on all bars / clubs / restaurants on a single page, that would fix everything, otherwise I need answers to the above.

    Thanks for any and all help 🙂

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