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I've a category, let's say "testcat". I want to create some pages which the final url should be "http://example.com/testcat/pagename". To do this, I should create a page named "testcat" and then a page named "pagename" with the page "testcat" as parent page. I tried and it seemd to work, but I'm worried about what's happening in the backend as actually there should be TWO pages on the same url http://example.com/testcat/: the default category page for "testcat" category and my custom page "testcat".

Could you help me to understand if this is the right way to do what I want, or should I use another method? Thanks.

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  • The default behavior of wordpress for the categories is example.com/category/testcat so unless you haven't change the permalink structure you shouldn't have a problem – Laxmana Jan 25 '15 at 12:00
  • I've removed /category/ from url. – testermaster Jan 25 '15 at 12:20
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yes you can do it but you need 301 Redirect category to Page with Follow links

that is good for SEO ? links jus from category going to the page

i make it for my sell landing page , because i don't need my visiter going to

category page what you need to do for example

http://example.com/testcat/pagename 301 to http://example.com/testcat/ with

Follow if you have seo plugin by yoast

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