I have a fairly complicated site structure and cannot seem to get the URL structure to work correctly, including pagination. This is mainly to cope with loading articles assigned to a specific custom post type, which may all be nested.
My (cut down) register post types:
register_post_type('continent', array( 'rewrite' => array('slug' => 'moving-to'), ) ); register_post_type('country', array( 'rewrite' => array('slug' => 'moving-to/%continent%'), ) );
So I have a category
moving-to, a custom post type
continent and a custom post type
These first three display posts from the category, posts assigned to the continent and posts assigned to the country. I cannot get pagination to work with them as I think the
/continent/country is interfering with the
/moving-to/page/2 - Works OK
/moving-to/continent/page/2 - Tries to load unknown country "page"
/moving-to/continent/country/page/2 - Strips page/2 from the URL
I assume I need to exclude any country of "page" from the rewrite, or to just not have a nested continent in the url.
Part two is being able to have a category after each continent or country
Again with pagination
I realise this all sounds a bit specific (borderline off-topic) I'm basically asking how to enable the following URL structures:
/moving-to/ /moving-to/continent/ /moving-to/continent/country /moving-to/page/2 /moving-to/continent/page/2 /moving-to/continent/country/page/2 /moving-to/continent/category /moving-to/continent/country/category /moving-to/continent/category/page/2 /moving-to/continent/country/category/page/2