The client I am currently working for is asking for a link structure like so:
theirsite.com/industries/auto/sales-effectiveness-calculator theirsite.com/industries/cable_satellite/sales-effectiveness-calculator theirsite.com/industries/insurance/sales-effectiveness-calculator theirsite.com/industries/home_services/sales-effectiveness-calculator theirsite.com/industries/hotels_cruises/sales-effectiveness-calculator theirsite.com/industries/wireless_carriers/sales-effectiveness-calculator
In this scenario, the child page 'sales-effectiveness-calculator' obviously has the same page slug as all the others. I understand Wordpress won't allow this by default, but I'm wondering if it's possible to do this with rewrite rules or by using permalink structure, etc. Anybody have any ideas?
One note is that the page sales-effectiveness-calculator will have the same content regardless of it's parent page (just a couple different labels I can change with jQuery) so if there's a way to point to the same page but show the URL as above, that would work too.
I've tried to convince them otherwise, but they really like this structure for various reason, and I want to exhaust all possibilities before I end up just telling them it's completely not possible.