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I'm making a movie database and need to have multiple pages per post: details, cast, recommendations, reviews (something like IMDb). I would prefer to not use any plugins if possible. I'm not new to wordpress but I don't have any clue how to do this. I was looking for help on the internet but every article was about splitting long posts using pagination. So the question is how to make multiple pages per post?

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You can use a custom post type, e.g. movies and then you can have some rewrite rule which will basically render something like this movies/movieId/ratings to movies/movieId/?page=ratings.

So now you can use $_GET['page'] to check what data you have to show.

How to rewrite the slug in WordPress? Google it.

Check this answer for rewrite rules.

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If I'm understanding you correctly, and you want a single post to contain the data for multiple pages of content. Then maybe use tabs. If your theme is bootstrap based than this is super easy.

https://mdbootstrap.com/components/tabs/

  • I was thinking about it but considering the amount of elements each tab would contain and ux it's not a good option. The most important thing is that i need individual url's for each page, so tabs are definitely out – SleepyAsh Jul 12 '17 at 17:58

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