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comment How do you create %post_type%/%postname%/ permalink structure?
Thanks Steven for the edited answer. Here is another question that also answers my question. wordpress.stackexchange.com/questions/13411/…
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comment How do you create %post_type%/%postname%/ permalink structure?
No, That's obviously why I'm on here asking the question.
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comment How do you create %post_type%/%postname%/ permalink structure?
Not in my case with a Custom theme built from scratch. This is the answer to my dilemma. wordpress.stackexchange.com/questions/13411/…
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comment How do you create %post_type%/%postname%/ permalink structure?
Whoops.. Spoke to soon. I'm not happy with this permalink structure because it breaks the date links etc. I'm going to set it as /%category%/%post_name% but I wish you could use blog/%category%/%post_name% when its anything just related to the blog to seperate it from the custom post types.
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comment How do you create %post_type%/%postname%/ permalink structure?
The codex doesn't mention it but this blog posts does. So stoked have the answer to this question wasted a lot of time trying to work this out. You can also change it to something like /news/%postname%/ etc. Here is some good documentation. docs.appthemes.com/tutorials/wordpress-permalink-structure
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comment How do you create %post_type%/%postname%/ permalink structure?
Is there any WordPress documentation on this /blog/%postname%/ ???
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comment How do you create %post_type%/%postname%/ permalink structure?
The correct answer was set it to /blog/%postname%/ I honestly thought that would not work correctly but it did. :)
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comment How do you create %post_type%/%postname%/ permalink structure?
I just created a home.php file that replaces the template-blog.php file and index.php file. But I'm still having this problem. Also turned the static page for blog on and off. eg. blog = -select-. When that is done, it creates a page however the posts aren't listed only a entry for blog. I may need to look at other wordpress themes and see how they have set up the blog page to work with home.php
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comment How do you create %post_type%/%postname%/ permalink structure?
Thanks for your answer, I have re-edited the question. I'm finding that when I click on my blog page it takes me to mysite.com/blog however this is using the index.php file but its not using the template-blog.php files. I will have to look into why the template heirachy is not working the way I want it too.
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comment How do you create %post_type%/%postname%/ permalink structure?
I've looked into it furthur and found that those fixes didn't resolve the problem. When clicking on a blog post permalink appears like ( localhost/mysite/new-site-launched/ ), When I want it to appear like ( localhost/mysite/blog/new-site-launched/ )
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comment How do you create %post_type%/%postname%/ permalink structure?
Thanks mor10 for the lengthy explanation, I knew you would know the answer to this question from all the Custom Post Type tutorials on Lynda.com. I'm currently looking into the problem now, I'm finding that this works for custom post types eg. ( domain.com/portfolio/new-website ) however ( domain.com/blog/new-website ) doesn't seem to be working correctly. I have also included the code of the Custom Post Types and Taxonomies.