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I need to get the following task done: My client has a huge product database with way over a thousand different products with tons of details. We don't want to generate every product page individually. The idea was to get the parameters from the url, run a query against the db and display the result on a more or less static page.

I'm pretty new to wordpress and there is most likely already an approach for my problem. Any hints?

Greetings Fabian

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You can use "Page Template". Template hierarchy is a good resource, especially visual overview shows very clear idea.

In the template, you can use $_GET.

  • Hi idpokute! Thanks for the link - template hierachy helped a lot ... if you don't know where to start, wordpress can be very confusing. I solved the task with a child template (I don't want to break the updatability of the original template), created a static page template for the specific site and enhanced the functions.php with my logic. Page redirect in htaccess is not nice but works as intended. – Fabian May 29 '18 at 14:42

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