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I have a custom post type made and it uses 'slug' => 'treatments’. I also have a page made in the back-end that uses /treatments/, but because I have 'has_archive' => false the page loads fine. The issue I’m having is once I make another page a child of /treatments/ it 404s. Would I need to adjust stuff in my registered custom post type to make it work?

The only solution I can think of is to remove the parent on the child page or changing the slug in my custom post type, neither I would like to do.

What can I do to retain both the cpt slug and page slug and have things work magically?

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  • I'm not sure I would WANT to do that. It Makes a user see inconsistency in the site. Why would something other than your CPT treatments be after the treatments/ slug? If you need to though use a redirect.
    – rudtek
    Mar 3, 2017 at 16:46

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