So my custom wordpress theme/site has a number of venues, e.g. "foo" which has a number of events and reviews.
So a venue ends up with a URL like,
But in addition to rendering the venue's content (the_content()... etc) I'm rendering the events and reviews at that venue (the venue is a 'parent' as the event and review post types have the venue as it's 'parent')
So for this I'm running a custom wp_query for these two post types. I'm running into trouble as I can't paginate the results from my custom wp_query. Even if I want to roll my own pagination routine by getting the page number off the URL and then setting the 'offset' on the wp_query, wordpress doesn't like the additional parameters on the end of the URL. For example if I go to:
Simply renders a 404 not found. I'd like to avoid using a query string style URL such as
As this looks a bit of a mess.
Any guidance on how to make pagination work for the custom wp_query within the post's page (or even how to get wordpress to allow me to add additional pagination parameters to my URL) would be great.