We have a custom post type 'coupon', which has a custom taxonomy 'themepark' (hierarchical).
The taxonomy term pages are the most important pages on our website and are somewhat cornerstone content. An example of a themepark page is ourdomain.com/disneyland.
In the past, we created pages such as ourdomain.com/disneyland-address, ourdomain.com/disneyland-hotel and ourdomain.com/disneyland-pass.
After evaluating this structure for SEO, it seems we need to rectify this.
It seems better to adjust these pages and get these URL for them: ourdomain.com/disneyland/address, ourdomain.com/disneyland/hotel and ourdomain.com/disneyland/pass. Which would require them to become 'child' or sub pages of the taxonomy 'Disneyland'.
- Do you think this is a good solution? This would make it more clear that '/disneyland/' is the main/cornerstone content and /address/, /hotel/ and /pass/ are subpages where people can find more information regarding Disneyland.
- Is it somehow possible to add taxonomy terms to the 'parent' selection box in pages? This way the address,hotel and pass pages would automatically become subpages/child pages of the taxonomy term.
- Is there an other way to achieve this permalink structure?
- Would this work for having breadcrumbs like Home > Themeparks > Disneyland > Hotel ?